Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
  • FAQs
  • TCC Passport
  • Sign In
  • Directory
TCC : Our College : Type of Program

EAP0384 English for Academic Purposes: Intermediate Writing and Grammar

View in Catalog
3 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring
Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement score.
This course is intended for the student who is a nonnative speaker of English and whose placement scores (89-below on the PERT writing section) indicate a need to develop writing skills essential for success in college-level classes. The student will develop the ability to produce logical, coherent and unified paragraphs and short essays on academic topics that use a variety of structures and accomplish a variety of purposes commonly assigned in academic contexts. Students will develop the ability to write clear, logical and effective sentences that adhere to the conventions of standard written English. Students will acquire knowledge of intermediate-level English grammar and apply that knowledge when editing and proofreading their own original paragraphs and short essays. Additionally, students will learn to apply critical thinking skills to planning, drafting and revising academic paragraphs and short essays. Lecture: 3 hours. Does not count toward A.A. degree or A.S. degree. To enroll in  , the student must score a C or better.

Click here for the Fall 2016 Class Schedule

Contact Information

For more information contact Admissions & Enrollment Services by phone (850) 201-8555, fax (850) 201-8474 or e-mail

Get Adobe Reader
Documents on this page are available in Adobe Acrobat Portable Format(PDF). Adobe Reader software can be downloaded for free from Adobe.

444 Appleyard Drive | Tallahassee, FL 32304 | (850) 201-6200 | | Copyright © 2015.
Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is committed to an environment that embraces Diversity and Inclusion, respects the rights of all individuals, provides equal access and equal opportunity, and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its programs and activities. For information regarding the College's non-discrimination policies and Title IX compliance visit our Equity and Civil Rights page or email directly to (Other Languages)
Connect With Us
Connect with Us
CCM Fifty Years: Celebrating a legacy, Building a future