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The University was founded in 1794. Today, the UT enrolls 20,400 undergrad and 6,000 graduate students. It offers more than 300 degree programs. UT is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees.
Full-Time Intensive English Program. The Program curriculum consists of three proficiency levels: basic, intermediate, and advanced. In any given session, the appropriate courses will be offered for the proficiency levels represented in the enrollment. Classes are limited in number of students. As a general rule, the lower the proficiency level, the lower the number of students per class. Classes meet 4 periods each day, Monday through Friday. Each student has classes with emphasis on the following (see weekly schedule listed below): English Structure (Grammar), Writing/Composition (Rhetoric), Reading and Vocabulary, Listening and Conversation.
Students also have elective classes. Available electives vary from term to term; recent offerings have included photography, Internet English, American movies, music, and art.
Tuition & Maintenance Fee: Includes instruction, social/cultural activities, & TOEFL
8-week term - $1,940
16-week term - $3,880
July term - $1,025
Textbooks: Includes materials, books, & technology fee: $180-360
Activities Fee: Required of all University students - $250 ($175)