All Seneca College diploma or certificate students, except those who have received advanced standing or an exemption, are required to take EAC 150. College English, a college-level reading and writing course. Students are registered in EAC 150 or its program equivalent based on the results of the Seneca College Skills Assessment Test or on successful completion of EAC 149 or EAP 500.
EAC 149 or its equivalent, like EAP 500, is a non-credit developmental reading and writing course designed to prepare students for EAC 150. Students are placed in EAC 149 based on the results of the Seneca College Skills Assessment Test, or on successful completion of EAP 300, EAP330, or ESL 933.
EAP 200 and EAP 300 (English for Academic Purposes) are non-credit English Preparation subjects designed to help full time students improve skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Students are placed in either EAP 200 or EAP 300 based on the results of the Seneca College Skills Assessment Test. Students may be required to drop one first semester program subject in order to accommodate this six hour per week English subject.
Students may not enrol in any level of EAP, EAC 149, or EAC 150 until they have taken the Seneca College Skills Assessment Test.EAP 200, EAP 300, EAP 330, EAP 500, EAC 149, EAC 150 do not count as general education credits, nor do the various business and technical writing subjects like EAC 394, EAC 397, SES 391, TPC 452 AND SES 394.
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