This is a list of all Iowa Intensive English Program courses. For more information, see English as a Second Language.

IIEP:0001 Iowa Intensive English Program Orientation0 s.h.

Acquaint new intensive English students with Iowa City, the University, and the intensive English program; policies and procedures, classroom expectations, and cultural differences. Requirements: enrollment in intensive English program.

IIEP:0115 Iowa Intensive English Communication Skills: Beginning0 s.h.

Focus on aural comprehension, spoken English, and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0135 Iowa Intensive English Reading: Beginning0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0145 Iowa Intensive English Grammar: Beginning0 s.h.

Correct use of the grammatical structures of English; learning grammar in a systematic and logical way; extensive practice to meet the goal of communicative competence in English.

IIEP:0155 Iowa Intensive English Writing: Beginning0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; experiment with varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0170 Iowa Intensive English: Communication Skills for Professionals0 s.h.

Listening and speaking skills for international professionals; conversational fluency, language for professional interactions (e.g., discussions and presentations).

IIEP:0215 Iowa Intensive English Communication Skills: Low Intermediate0 s.h.

Focus on aural comprehension, spoken English, and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0235 Iowa Intensive English Reading: Low Intermediate0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0245 Iowa Intensive English Grammar: Low Intermediate0 s.h.

Correct use of the grammatical structures of English; learning grammar in a systematic and logical way; extensive practice to meet the goal of communicative competence in English.

IIEP:0255 Iowa Intensive English Writing: Low Intermediate0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; experiment with varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0315 Iowa Intensive English Communication Skills: Intermediate0 s.h.

Focus on aural comprehension, spoken English, and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0335 Iowa Intensive English Reading: Intermediate0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0345 Iowa Intensive English Grammar: Intermediate0 s.h.

Correct use of the grammatical structures of English; learning grammar in a systematic and logical way; extensive practice to meet the goal of communicative competence in English.

IIEP:0355 Iowa Intensive English Writing: Intermediate0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; experiment with varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0415 Iowa Intensive English Communication Skills: High Intermediate0 s.h.

Spoken English and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0435 Iowa Intensive English Reading: High Intermediate0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0455 Iowa Intensive English Writing: High Intermediate0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0465 IIE Listening Skills: High Intermediate0 s.h.

Listening skills needed for academic success; note taking and listening skills associated with small group discussions and everyday conversations.

IIEP:0515 Iowa Intensive English Communication Skills: Advanced0 s.h.

Spoken English and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0535 Iowa Intensive English Reading: Advanced0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0555 Iowa Intensive English Writing: Advanced0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; experiment with varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0565 IIE Listening Skills: Advanced0 s.h.

Listening skills needed for academic success; note taking and listening skills associated with small group discussions and everyday conversations.

IIEP:0915 Special Program Iowa Intensive English Program Communication Skills0 s.h.

Focus on aural comprehension, spoken English, and American attitudes, values, and customs; practice giving and receiving information; learn language more quickly in a comfortable, familiar environment; understand and accept cultural differences; gain positive feelings toward American culture; provides link between classroom and community; interview Americans, class discussions.

IIEP:0935 Special Program Iowa Intensive English Program Reading0 s.h.

Comprehensive reading curriculum designed to help students become effective readers; variety of skills and opportunities to practice many strategies while reading different kinds of written material (i.e., newspapers, magazines, schedules, documents, textbooks, correspondence, literature); emphasis on learning by doing; eclectic teaching approach.

IIEP:0955 Special Program Iowa Intensive English Program Writing0 s.h.

Personal and formal writing; experiment with varied forms of writing, from journal entries and letters to critiques, essay examinations, and short papers that involve use of the library; students read and respond to each other's writing, and in the process become more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses as writers.

IIEP:0965 Special Program Iowa Intensive English Program Listening0 s.h.

Listening skills needed for academic success; note taking and listening skills associated with small group discussions and everyday conversations.