Course Description: Basic terminology and expressions used in tourism industry; types and functions of tourism industry; pictures and factors overall related to tourism industry at local and international levels
Course Description: Elements of literary works; analysis and criticism of selected works from modern poets and writers of Britain, American, and other nations.
Introduction to telecommunication and information technology; specific terminology, expression and sentences used telecommunication and information technology; convergence ion telecoms and IT; IT society and networking
Specific terminology, expressions and sentences used in in-bound business; making travel arrangements, giving information on accommodation and transportation, describing tourist attractions, traditions and culture.
Introduction to airline business; terminology, expressions and sentences used in airline business, ticketing, ground services, in-flight services, airport and in-flight announcements
This course is a survey of English literature from Middle English to the Romantic Period, emphasis overall on the Elizabethan and Romantic periods, relating the influences of each period to its literary achievements. A short sample of all major authors - Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare, Marlowe, Milton, Pope, Dryden, Wordsworth; Coleridge, will be studied.
Basic terminology and expressions used in tourism industry; types and functions of tourism industry; pictures and factors overall related to tourism industry at local and international levels
Concentration on short story, nonfiction, drama, poetry, and the novel (novella) since 1930’s; a variety of cultures, genders, races, and writing styles with emphasis on the importance of class discussions, written assignments and vocabulary developments.
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