Exit Requirements

 

Passing the Language Center courses is a prerequisite for most Al Akhawayn programs.

Undergraduates

In order to pass a Language Center course, undergraduates must obtain a grade of 70 percent or above.

Intensive English Program: 

A student who entered the Language Center with a TOEFL score between 420-447 will take the level one courses (20 hours per week) and will continue the following semester with the level two courses.

Students who take the level two courses will pass out of the Intensive English Program by obtaining a grade of 70 percent or above. Likewise, those who take a combination of levels one and two during the same semester will pass out of the Language Center by obtaining a grade of 70 percent or above.

For example, if a student is taking Reading 1, Listening/Speaking 2, and Writing and Grammar 1, he/she must obtain a grade of 70 percent or above for each course. The following semester he/she would continue with Reading 2, Writing and Grammar 2  and other non-Language Center courses.

Graduates

In order to pass a Language Center course, graduates must obtain a Language Center grade of 80 percent or above. A graduate student who enters the Language Center with a TOEFL score below 520 will take level one courses (20 hours per week) and will continue the following semester with level two courses.

A graduate student who enters the Language Center with a TOEFL score between 520-547 will take between 10 and 20 course hours per week and his/her schedule may be either only level two or a combination of levels one or two.

Students who take level two courses will pass out of the Intensive English Program by obtaining a grade of 80 percent or above. Those who take a combination of levels one and two during the same semester will pass out of the Language Center by obtaining a grade of 80 percent or above.

For example, if a student is taking Reading 1, Listening/Speaking 2, and Writing and Grammar 1, he/she must obtain a grade of 80 percent or above for each course and the following semester would continue with Reading 2, Writing and Grammar 2, and other non-Language Center courses.