대학과정성경학 학사(B.A.B.) – 120 학점
성경학학사과정은 학술과 목회를 토대로 성경을 가르치고 있으며 M.C.C. M.Div. 같은 대학원 프로그램에 필요한 훈련을 제공합니다. 이 프로그램은 성경 본문내용을 해석, 이해하고 사용하는 성경과목, 성경의 역사적이고 윤리, 교리와 같은 체계적인 관점을 공부하는 신학 과목, 성경의 가르침을 다양한 실제 영역에 적용하는 학제 간 성경 과목을 제공합니다. 이 과정은 성경적, 신학적 진리를 바탕으로 만들어지고, 전문 분야의 다양한 주제, 기술, 원리 및 실행이 적용되어 집니다.경영학 학사 (B.B.A.) – 120 학점
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON MANAGEMENT (경영)
- WITH CONCENTRATION ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (정보 통신 기술)
회계, 금융, 마케팅, 운영 및 국제 비즈니스를 성경적, 신학적학문으로 가르킴으로 학생들이 비즈니스 환경을 이해함과, 기독교 적 가치를 가지고 사업을 시작, 운영하는 데 필요한 기술를 제공합니다.회계학 학사(B.S.A.) – 120학점
회계학 학사 학위는 회계학의 주요 학문 프로그램이며 전문 회계사로서 나아가기 위한 학사 학위 입니다.가정학 학사 (B.S.F.) – 120 학점
가정학 학사는상담 사역에 활용되어질 다문화 환경에 대한 지식과 기술교육을 제공합니다. 또한 교육이나 목회 환경에서 가정, 가족 및 공동체의 여러 중요한 문제를 다룹니다.
대학원과정목회신학 석사 (M.Div.) – 75학점
목회신학석사과정은 목사, 목회자, 선교사, 평신도 사역자 및 성경 교사로 세우기 위해 성경의 진리를 선포하고, 전파하고, 가르칠 수 있도록 훈련시키고 육성하기 위한 것 입니다.
- M.Div. in Pastoral Ministry (목회 사역)
- M.Div. in General Studies (교양 과목)
- M.Div. in Christian Education (기독교 교육)
수준높은 교육을 통해 상담이 필요한 다양한 사람들에게 상담서비스를 제공할 수 있도록 숙련된 그리스도인과 전문적인 상담사로 준비하고 육성하여 냅니다.경영학 석사 (M.B.A.) – 48학점
광범위한 학문 분야의 사람들을 끌어들이는 경영학 석사 학위는 오늘날의 역동적이고 경쟁력있는 비즈니스 환경에서 지식과 경력 잠재력을 향상 시키고자하는 전문가를 위해 고안되었습니다.목회학박사 (D.Min.) – 36학점
목회학박사과정은 성공적으로 사역에 종사하는 학생들을 다양한 사역 분야에서의 최고 전문 교육을 제공하도록 고안되었습니다.임상목회상담학박사 (D.C.P.C.) – 42학점
DCPC 프로그램은 성경적 원리에 기초한 상담 지식과 기술을 전달함으로 하나님의 백성에게 치유와 회복을 전하고자 하는 사람들을 준비시키는 프로그램입니다. 기독교 카운슬러에게 지도력과 학문을 높임으로 그들이 섬기는 교회 및 크리스천 조직뿐 아니라 세상에 나가서도 의미있는 공헌을 세울수 있도록 준비합니다. 이 프로그램은 박사 과정 학생들에게 학업 연구 수행에 필요한 지식뿐만 아니라 상담 실습을위한 고급 이론 및 임상 기술을 제공합니다. DCPC 학위를 이수하는 프로그램은 이수과목 36 학점 , 인턴쉽 6 학점 및 양적 또는 질적 연구 논문으로 구성됩니다.
MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of the Lingua Franca Institute is to provide a nurturing English learning experience which fosters confident interactions for everyday life.
Welcome to the Lingua Franca Institute!Thank you for your interest in the Lingua Franca Institute (LFI), an intensive English language program at the Washington University of Virginia (WUV). Established in 1992, the Lingua Franca Institute is an SEVP-certified ESL program in Annandale, Virginia, located just outside Washington, DC. LFI provides an affordable education taught by fluent English instructors in small class sizes with a student-centered approach. We know that studying another language can be a challenging experience, especially as an adult. At LFI, we make that experience more comfortable with a relaxed, friendly, and supportive classroom atmosphere. ‘Lingua Franca’ means “a language used among people who speak various different languages” (Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary). English is the “lingua franca” for our diverse group of students, representing approximately 20 countries. We value and respect each student’s language and culture, and promote the same for English and American culture, through sharing of ideas and experiences. Some of our instructors know other languages and WUV is primarily bilingual – English and Korean. The majority of our students have F-1 visas; however, any eligible visa holder or resident is welcome to take classes. Our students’ goals vary from wanting to improve their communication for daily living in the U.S. to studying English to eventually transfer to degree programs. Whatever your reason, we hope LFI can meet your educational goals. Note: Completion of the advanced levels of LFI serves as your proof of English skill for WUV degree programs. See Academics for more information about WUV’s degree programs. INTERNATIONAL F-1 STUDENTS ONLY For F-1 students, your I-20 will be issued for approximately 24 months, depending on your start date. Taking two classes fulfills your minimum requirement of 18 hours/week to maintain your I-20. More information about applying to the college, obtaining your I-20, and registering for classes can be found in the International Student Handbook under Resources.
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- Located in Annandale (Virginia) near Washington, DC.
- Six (6) start dates throughout the year, including mid-semester FLEX program and Summer program.
- Four (4) levels from Low-Intermediate to Advanced.
- Two courses available for each level to fulfill F-1 requirements.
- Classes meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (18 hours per week)
- Day Program (all levels): 9:15 am – 1:45 pm. (4 ½ hours per day)
- Evening Program (limited levels available): 5:30pm – 10pm (4 ½ hours per day)
- Small class-sizes: Teacher/student ratio = 1 instructor for 10 students (average)
- Skilled and supportive faculty and staff
- A field trip is scheduled during the semester so students get to know the area while interacting with each other naturally.
- Tuition includes: two required courses, placement testing, books, daily snacks, and student advising.
- Tuition rates vary depending on your status. (See below)
- Other college fees for applying, registering, etc. can be found under Tuition & Fees or in the ESL Application.
International student (F1/J-1)
|Semester||Length||Beginning Date||Ending Date||F-1 / J-1 Tuition|
|Fall||15 weeks||early September||mid December||$ 2250|
|Fall FLEX||7 weeks||late October||mid December||$ 1360|
|Spring||15 weeks||early February||mid May||$ 2250|
|Spring FLEX||7 weeks||early April||mid May||$ 1360|
|Summer||4 weeks||early June||late June||$ 600|
|** For specific beginning and ending dates, see the Academic Calendar.|
Resident & Non F1/J-1 Student
|Semester||Length||Beginning Date||Ending Date||Resident & Non F1/J-1 Tuition|
|Fall||15 weeks||early September||mid December||$ 1000|
|Spring||15 weeks||early February||mid May||$ 1000|
|Summer||4 weeks||early June||late June||$ 400|
|** For specific beginning and ending dates, see the Academic Calendar.|
REFUND POLICYWashington University of Virginia (and the Lingua Franca Institute) complies with the cancellation and refund policies of SHEV. Please contact the Admission’s Office for more specific information.
CLASS SCHEDULELFI offers two courses at each level: Language Arts and Oral Communication. Both courses must be taken to meet F-1 visa requirements for full-time study. For other eligible visa holders and residents, you can take one or both courses. Each course focuses on the basic 4 skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The Language Arts course emphasizes reading and writing skills while the Oral Communication course emphasizes listening and speaking skills.
|9:15am-11:15am||Language Arts||Oral Communication||Language Arts||Oral Communication|
|11:15am – 11:45am||BREAK||BREAK||BREAK||BREAK|
|11:45am – 1:45pm||Language Arts||Oral Communication||Language Arts||Oral Communication|
|5:30pm-7:30pm||Language Arts||Oral Communication||Language Arts||Oral Communication|
|7:30pm – 8:00pm||BREAK||BREAK||BREAK||BREAK|
|8:00pm-10:00pm||Language Arts||Oral Communication||Language Arts||Oral Communication|
PLACEMENT TESTINGWhen you apply to our program, you will need to be placed in the appropriate level. Transfer and Change of Status applicants should make an appointment with the Director and allow 60 minutes to complete the placement test. If you transfer from another Intensive English school, please provide a certificate(s) of completion. Overseas students must show that they have at least a low-intermediate level of English skill when they apply. Please contact the Director for more information. After arriving in the U.S., you must make an appointment and take the 60-minute placement test.
ATTENDANCEAttendance is important for learning a new language and developing relationships with teachers and classmates. Attendance is 30% of your semester grade. In addition, we enforce an Attendance Policy that you must follow to maintain your F-1 visa status. International students at LFI are required to maintain normal progress for F-1 requirements. ‘Normal progress’ means that students:
- study full-time (minimum of 18 hours/week), and
- attend at least 75% of the classes each semester, and
- comply with all school policies and financial obligations.
|Percentage||Number of CLASS Absences||Result|
|100% – 80%||5 or fewer absences||Good Standing|
|79% – 75%||6 absences||Not Good Standing|
|Under 75%||more than 6 absences||I-20 Termination|
GRADESGrades are calculated the same way for both courses. No homework is given.
|Attendance||PBR||Quizzes/Homework||Mid-term Exam||Final Exam|
GOALS OF LFI
- Respect the learning needs and well-being of each student
- Build on the knowledge, skills, and experience of the students in our program
- Prepare meaningful lessons so that students may comprehend and communicate in written and spoken English at each level
- Create a supportive and encouraging community of learning in which each student is valued and respected
- Create an interactive, communicative class environment to give students the opportunity to learn, think, and develop English communication skills
- Provide students with cultural knowledge and awareness recognizing that language and culture are closely related
- Cultivate a diverse community of students and teachers, in which members learn from experience and practice
- Encourage students to discuss issues in English outside the classroom
- Balance variety and routine in instructional activities to accommodate the range of multiple learning styles of the students
- Provide an educational environment built upon the values of LFI and characterized by consistent, ethical treatment
- Create a teaching community holding shared values with LFI and appropriate academic and experiential credentials
- Foster a diverse community of learners who are supported, encouraged, and valued
- Create a curriculum that utilizes the English-speaking environment as a context and motivator for improving language proficiency of non-native speakers
PHILOSOPHY OF PROGRAMLFI’s instructional methodology is based on the communicative language teaching method. This method, supported by second language acquisition research, focuses on engaging students in a range of activities that involve meaningful, relevant communication. Simply put, it’s based on the idea that the primary goal of learning a language is to communicate. Making use of real-life, authentic situations encourage students to use and understand the English language. What changes from level to level is the growth and complexity of the communication and an increase in fluency and independence in the ability to respond in English in various settings to a wider range of speakers. LFI’s curriculum is based on implementing these principles of learning:
- Students remember and understand English best through a hands-on, learning by doing approach.
- Activities need to be as rich, varied, and meaningful as possible.
- Classes are designed to promote cooperative and collaborative learning.
- Grammar is taught throughout the context of communicative tasks.
- Feedback to student’s errors should always be positive and need not be excessive.
- The classroom atmosphere should be relaxed, friendly, and supportive.