This unit  is designed to improve the listening and speaking skills of the students. It offers students opportunities to enhance their listening skills as well as self- confidence and competence in public speaking. The unit covers topics on public speaking, presentation skills, art of debating, varieties of arguments, use of persuasive language, strategies for solving conflicts, types of  conflicts and negotiation skills.

Developmental reading is a requisite course for all bachelor students in the third year. It is designed to enhance the basic reading skills in order to accommodate college- level reading assignments. This unit aims to improve the students' reading skills through the practice of vocabulary enrichment and reading comprehension exercises. Particular attention is given to identifying the stated or implied or main idea of readings as well as advancing critical reading skills. Students will read a variety of non- fiction and fiction selections from several sources including the internet.

This unit is designed to help students acquire an understanding of PNG literature in English. It covers novel, selected stories, poems and dramas that aims to foster deeper appreciation of PNG literature and the significant role it plays in expressing and understanding the struggles and the historical context of PNG. During the study of this unit, students will discuss and examine the achievement of National writers.

Developmental Reading is a requisite course for all the Bachelor students in the third year. It is designed to enhance the basic skills in order to accommodate the college level reading assignments. This unit aims to improve the student's reading skills through the practice of vocabulary enrichment and reading comprehension exercises. Particular attention is given to identifying the stated or implied or main idea of readings as well as advancing critical reading skills. Students will read a variety of non- fiction and fiction selections from several sources including the internet 

This course focuses on the early literary works in the world until the present time. The student will develop an understanding of chronological context of period structures in literature within  cultures around the world. Writing experiences related to the interpretation of literature, research, grammar practice, vocabulary development, listening and speaking are also elements of this course.