1) What are EAP courses?
The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses are offered by the Writing Program’s Rutgers English Language Institute (RELI). The EAP program is a suite of first-year, credit-bearing composition courses for multilingual students. The specific EAP writing course students are required to take depends on their English Placement Test results as well as their first day writing samples. All students begin with the writing course in which they are placed and continue until Expository Writing is completed. The following courses are currently being offered by EAP:
EAP I 356:155 Writing Across Cultures (4 credits)
EAP II 356:156 Academic Writing in the United States (4 credits)
Optional support course for students in EAP I or EAP II: EAD 356:152 Discussion and Presentation Skills. Can be taken only once, at the request of the student or student's advisor.
355:100 Basic Composition (3 credits)
355:101 Expository Writing (3 credits)
For more details about these courses, please https://reli.rutgers.edu/programs/ead and https://wp.rutgers.edu/academics/undergraduate/courses.