ESOL Program Offers Medical Terminology Classes for Non-Native Speakers of English

The ESOL department at Linn-Benton Community College is offering Medical Terminology Classes for non-native speakers of English starting winter term.

Introduction to Medical Terminology 1 (ENL130) is a two-credit class that introduces the word-building skills and pronunciation needed to understand and use basic medical terminology. Students need to have intermediate to advanced English proficiency.

Class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. on the Albany campus starting Jan. 4.

The class Introduction to Medical Terminology 2 (ENL131) will be offered spring term and will help develop word-building skills to describe the different body systems. Students who pass both these classes are eligible to enter directly into Medical Terminology and Body Systems 2 (MO5.631) through the LBCC Medical Assistant Program.

In addition, the ESOL department is also offering credit courses in reading, writing, grammar, college lectures and note taking, presentations, pronunciation and iBTOEFL preparation. All of these courses will help prepare non-native English speakers to reach their career goals.

For more information, contact LBCC ESOL at 541-917-4694 or visit online at


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