In any human endeavors, language is considered to be at the
central point of the human life. Language is rather considered to be a reliable
medium of communication. In many aspects, language is regarded a dynamic medium
of communication and is ever changing. Studying language is thus crucial in any
setting. Human beings need to understand a certain language in a given society.
In many international universities today, a BA English Language degree is being
offered to all students seeking to gain reliable skills on matters concerning
languages. The English language is argued to be the world’s most commonly used language. This makes
studying for this degree very important. Students can now study the English language
regardless of it being their first language or not.
BA in English Language covers various aspects of English as a
language. From the literal attributes to the phonetics of the language,
students taking BA English Language have an opportunity to explore the
complexities of this language. The undergraduate course is highly marketable
throughout the world. One can be sure to reliably apply these skills and the
English knowledge in many areas worldwide. Professional linguists can now learn
the best aspects of English language by enrolling for the BA English Language. The
BA English Language curriculum explores the wide English literature while
understanding the English language. This goes a long way to open up on your
personal abilities while improving on your employable skills.
There are two majors, namely, Education Major and Discipline Studies Major, in this programme. Discipline Studies Major is about language studies. Education Major focuses
Bachelors in English. Programme Aims
This co-terminal double degree programme aims to prepare students:
to become effective school teachers or other professionals who have a good command of the knowledge and skills in Language Studies; and
with positive work attitude and good interpersonal skills.
Upon successful completion of the programme, students will receive two degrees with a single honours classification and one parchment and a qualified teacher status (QTS) in primary and secondary schools.
Credit Points (cps)
Discipline Studies Major
Basic Research Methods
Final Year Project
Overseas Immersion Programme
English majors tend to be readers or writers. Many are both. Through coursework in literature, writing, linguistics and the history of the English language, students expl
Why major in English?
English majors tend to be readers or writers. Many are both. Through coursework in literature, writing, linguistics and the history of the English language, students explore a diverse range of texts with the goal of becoming thoughtful and knowledgeable readers, writers, thinkers, communicators, and artists.
In addition to reading and writing, students are introduced to the principles of linguistics, writing pedagogy, community literacies, publishing, workplace writing and creative writing. They read and engage in discussions about literary works, participate in literary criticism, write in a variety of analytical argumentative and creative genres, and are challenged to view language through artistic, social and scientific lenses....
English students at Hope dive deep into the literature of every kind and learn how to improve their writing with masters of the craft. Through composition, creative writi
We’re a collaborative community where students and faculty challenge each other intellectually and creatively.
English students at Hope dive deep into the literature of every kind and learn how to improve their writing with masters of the craft. Through composition, creative writing and literature classes, our students become more artistic in their scholarship and more knowledgeable in their creativity.
Small classes and one-on-one collaboration foster an environment that is both demanding and encouraging. We offer a wide range of unique courses taught by professors who love what they do and take joy in furthering their students intellectually, spiritually and socially. Being a part of our department is much more than time spent in class and individual coursework....
The English major at Aquinas prepares you for your career and for life through the study of literature and language. In our English Literature major, you will meet some o
Why Study English?
The English major at Aquinas prepares you for your career and for life through the study of literature and language. In our English Literature major, you will meet some of the greatest writers in the world and keep pace with current trends in such fields as women’s studies, minority literatures, world literature in English, and film studies. Our English Major with a Writing Emphasis will develop written skills, vital in any field your future may hold. Our writing and journalism minors offer you opportunities to express yourself and bring your writing skills to professional levels, no matter your major.
How We're Different
Alumni include published writers Zarah Moeggenberg (poet), Scott Southard (fiction), and Kate Dernecoeur (nonfiction), and academics Jennifer Marquart (teaches English in the People’s Republic of China), James Bromley, Ph.D. (Miami University of Ohio) and Rickie-Ann Legleitner, Ph.D. (Director of the Writing Center at Black Hills University).
Courses include Harry Potter, jazz, utopias and dystopias, motherhood, gothic literature, and novels by Jane Austen.
Our full-time professors publish in Contemporary Literature, Graffiti Rag, Sulphur River Literary Review, Fourth Genre, River Teeth, Leading Edge, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education, Language Arts Journal of Michigan, The Explicator, The Journal of General Education, and other journals.
Each year, the Contemporary Writers Series brings celebrated writers conduct workshops on campus, including Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney; author of The English Patient Michael Ondaatje; recipient of the National Book Award Jaimy Gordon; and popular performance poet Sarah Kay.
The English Language Education Study Program (PBSI) is one of the most favorite Study Programs in the Syiah Kuala University, especially the Teacher Training and Educatio
The English Department Study Program was first initiated in 1964. At that time the English Language Study Program was one of the majors under the Faculty of Teacher Training in Language and Arts, FKIP which was affiliated with FKIP Bandung. Then, in 1967 based on the Directorate General of Higher Education Decree No. 161/1967 This FKIP integrates with Syiah Kuala University. PS English is the oldest Study Program in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Syiah Kuala University.
In its development, the English Study Program students have increased in number from year to year. Since its establishment, it has produced thousands of teaching staff (teachers) scattered throughout the Aceh Province and even outside the region until in eastern Indonesia. Likewise, the number of teaching staff is increasing in number and 90% of all teaching staff are alumni of the English Prodi S1 themselves. In summary, it can be illustrated that now the English Language Study Program has 13 (thirteen) qualified Doctoral teaching staff, 16 Masters; and 3 of the 16 people were completing the S3 program, each one in New Zealand, 1 person at Macquarie University, Australia, 1 person at the University of Liverpool UK....
The BA in English Language and Culture at the University of Groningen is consistently rated as the best in the country. The programme concentrates on different aspects of
The Bachelor in English Language and Culture concentrates on different aspects of the English language and on literature written in English: language proficiency, linguistics, and the literature from the Middle Ages down to the present day, from the birthplace of the language in England to the United States and all parts of the Commonwealth. We cover theory, the entire range of genres and modes of writing, besides placing a strong emphasis on the cultural context of literary texts.
In the first year of the BA degree in English Language and Culture, you will read a broad range of literary texts and you will learn about English as a language. You will analyse many important works, study literary theory, and engage with writings in English from the beginnings to the present....
The Department of English Language and Literature came into existence once the University was founded, and the Translation Department was founded in 2001.
English Language & Literature
The Department of English Language and Literature came into existence once the University was founded, and the Translation Department was founded in 2001. These two divisions, which are merged into one Department, boast a distinguished faculty with specializations in literature, translation, and French. Since the Department was founded, it has carried out its work successfully, giving foremost priority to a steady development of its study plan to ensure that it is up-to-date, comprehensive, and keeps abreast with the latest needs and demands of the times. The Department’s Literature division focuses on classical literature and antiquity, but it also gives modern and post-modern literature a lot of attention....
The English major at Ferrum College provides excellent preparation for careers or graduate school in a number of fields such as law, religion, education, public relations
The English major at Ferrum College provides excellent preparation for careers or graduate school in a number of fields such as law, religion, education, public relations, management, and journalism. Students majoring in English select one of three concentration areas: (1) Literature Emphasis, (2) Creative and Professional Writing Emphasis, or (3) Teacher Certification.
Through the study of literature and writing, the English program allows students flexibility in selecting courses to meet their own interests and needs. Coursework promotes understanding of the expressive capacities of language and appreciation for the psychological, cultural, and historical insights of literature. Students learn how to think critically and to communicate effectively in a variety of contexts....
In this age of global exchange, the ENCL program promotes a study of literature that expands cultural connections among societies and bridges disciplines.
Welcome to the Department of English Language and Comparative Literature. In this age of global exchange, the ENCL program promotes a study of literature that expands cultural connections among societies and bridges disciplines.
The departmental course offerings include classes in world literature, critical theory and interdisciplinary studies where students work intensively with a distinguished faculty of scholars in Turkish, Ottoman, European, Anglo-American and Postcolonial literary and cultural studies. At the same time, the major encourages students to take advantage of the rich offerings of courses in other KU departments or study abroad.
Our major leads to the advanced study of literature at the graduate level and provides a strong basis for advanced degrees and/or careers in publishing, journalism, cultural studies, philosophy, education, international relations, film, and entertainment....
The programme is aimed at preparing specialists in English and one other foreign language and communication for specific purposes (public administration, business and law
The programme is aimed at preparing specialists in English and one other foreign language and communication for specific purposes (public administration, business and law). The students of the programme acquire general philological education and practical knowledge and skills necessary for the modern-day employment market. The scope of studies covers languages of European communication (English and French/German/Norwegian) or languages of Euro-Asian communication (English and Korean).
The programme graduates are fluent communicators in two foreign languages and are active participants in business communication (take part in business meetings, make oral presentations, draft official documents and letters, translate and edit business texts, etc.); programme graduates ensure smooth cooperation between state institutions and private companies in an international arena. ...
The aim of the department is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to conduct interdisciplinary academic studies and research in the
The aim of the department is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to conduct interdisciplinary academic studies and research in the field of English literature and culture and to share their findings on national and international professional and social platforms.
In this context, the TED University English Language and Literature program aims to educate individuals who can follow the changing global dynamics with an ecological consciousness that is achieved from the literary and cultural texts they study and develop their research and studies by focusing on solving environmental and social problems.
By majoring in English with focus on education, the students will acquire substantial expertise in the areas of linguistics (with a particular emphasis on theory of lingu
English Language Oriented at Education
By majoring in English with focus on education, the students will acquire substantial expertise in the areas of linguistics (with a particular emphasis on theory of linguistic disciplines and their practical application), literature written in English, whereby, by studying various literary disciplines, the students will also learn how to analyze and interpret a wide range of literary texts. The practical language part of the curriculum will boost the students’ language skills so that by the time of graduation they will have reached C1-C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. By successfully majoring in this BA program, the students will qualify to be admitted to the magisterial follow-up program primed for secondary school teachers....
The Degree in English: Linguistic and Literary Studies was approved in the BOE on 05.01.2010. Through the different subjects that integrate it and the 240 credits to be t
The Degree in English: Linguistic and Literary Studies Was approved in the BOE on 05.01.2010. Through the different subjects that integrate it and the 240 credits to be taken, it offers a solid formation in language, literature and culture for the anglophone scope. It also provides a broad perspective of linguistic currents and literary science applied to English.
Besides this, it facilitates that students acquire advanced knowledge of the Galician and Spanish language and literature, as well as the practical knowledge of other languages chosen by the students themselves (French, Italian, Portuguese).
Why study the degree
The degree offers an updated and rigorous training within the framework of the Galician University System. Focusing on the English-speaking domain, he gives detailed attention to the linguistic and literary aspects of English and English-speaking countries, at a time when this language acquired international importance. ...
The aims of the English courses are to help the student learn to write with a high level of accuracy, effectiveness, and fluency; to give emphasis to research techniques,
The aims of the English courses are to help the student learn to write with a high level of accuracy, effectiveness, and fluency; to give emphasis to research techniques, particularly for prospective graduate students in English; and to help the student to develop the ability to read critically and appreciatively the best of English, American, and continental literature.
Core Curriculum Requirements (English)
Core Curriculum: General requirements for all degrees are met by taking ENG 101, 102, and at least three hours (some degrees may require six hours) of a sophomore literature course with an ENG prefix. First-trimester freshmen and first-trimester transfer students must take English composition sequentially....
In Wells’ popular and respected English program, students investigate texts for their historical and cultural significance, for their expression of a writer’s artistic vi
In Wells’ popular and respected English program, students investigate texts for their historical and cultural significance, for their expression of a writer’s artistic vision, and for the ways literary works relate to our own lives.You and your fellow students will read and discuss a wide range of works, from classic plays and novels to poetry that has defined generations and eras, to the often unknown but culturally significant works of minority and women writers.
At the same time, you’ll learn to develop your own voice as a writer, blending different styles to develop an understanding of how to write in different disciplines and for different purposes. Students are assisted in the development of their work and encouraged to pursue publishing opportunities through student groups and outside journals. The importance and relevance of good writing are taught across the curriculum at Wells, resulting in an expressive, connected community....