CLSK 100 College and Life Skills  1R-0L-1C  F  Prereq: None
This course will assist Rose-Hulman students in acquiring life skills and in learning more about themselves. These new skills will assist the student in a smooth transition from high school to college and will provide the students with the tools necessary for success as a student and in life. Additionally this course will introduce students to people and resources at Rose-Hulman who can assist them in providing a positive educational as well as personal experience.

CLSK 121 College English  4R-OL-4C  Prereq: Consent of Instructor
Focuses on understanding the basic patterns and conventions of writing, enhancing reading skills and written comprehension, and improving verbal communication and oral comprehension. This course is intended for students for whom English is a second language.  Students required to take CLSK121 must successfully complete the course prior to taking RH131.

CLSK 122 English Language and Culture in Academic Texts  3R-3L-4C  Prereq: Consent of instructor required
Reviews English grammar and introduces and develops deeper understanding of academic vocabulary.  Familiarizes students with essential essay structures in academia. Introduces academic readings in select topics of academic concern in American socio-culture. The course does not satisfy any Rose-Hulman degree requirement.

CLSK 123 English Language in Academic Research and Composition 3R-3L-4C  Prereq: Consent of instructor required  
Introduces students to formal research and composition of research papers.  Strengthen students’ formal research and writing skills for research papers. Guides students through readings in academic journals and articles.  The course does not satisfy any Rose-Hulman degree requirement.

CLSK 124 English Language and Culture in Academic Speech, Presentation, and Argumentation 3R-3L-4C Prereq: Consent of instructor required  
Emphasizes fluency in spoken English. Rehearses academic vocabulary. Prepares students for academic presentations including technology. Develops students’ academic listening and note-taking skills focusing on topics of American socio-cultural study. Introduces students to Socratic discussion and argumentation.  The course does not satisfy any Rose-Hulman degree requirement.

CLSK 125 English Rhetoric and Culture in Academia  3R-3L-4C  Prereq: Consent of instructor required
Prepares students for full-length lectures in courses related to their majors, focusing on oral rhetoric devices.  The course does not satisfy any Rose-Hulman degree requirement.