Presentation on theme: "B.A. (Hons.) in English Language & Literature Programme Structure Majors60 Units Major Required Courses:27 units (including Honours Project) Major Elective."— Presentation transcript:
B.A. (Hons.) in English Language & Literature Programme Structure Majors60 Units Major Required Courses:27 units (including Honours Project) Major Elective Courses:33 units Complementary Studies36 Units Core requirements:15 units Distribution requirements:21 units Total:96 Units
Major Required Courses (27 Units) ENG 1110Introduction to the Study of Literature3 ENG 1150English Grammar & Meaning 3 ENG 1160Narrative Art 3 ENG 1190Introduction to the Study of Language3 ENG 1220 Literature & Culture OR 3 ENG 1260Language, Culture & Society ENG 2240Research Skills in English Language & Literature 3 ENG 2680English Phonetics & Phonology3 ENG 3591-2Honours Project6
Major Elective Courses (33 Units) Students must take a total of ELEVEN Major Elective courses. Eight courses (24 units) must be chosen from one of the three concentrations, plus three other courses which must be chosen from the other concentration(s). At least FIVE of the total eleven courses must be chosen at 3000 level. The three concentrations:- - Language-in-Depth - Literature-in-Depth - Stylistics and Comparative Literature
Language-in-Depth Concentration ENG 2160 Language Acquisition and Language Learning ENG 2190 Language Pragmatics ENG 2260 Text Analysis ENG 2640 Language Change and Language Contact ENG 2650 Topics in English Grammar ENG 2660 Vocabulary in Context ENG 2670 The English Language and Communication Across Cultures ENG 2760 Language and the Humanities ENG 3450 Language and Gender ENG 3610 Bilingualism and Bilingual Education ENG 3640 Special Topic in Linguistics ENG 3650 Special Topic in Language Studies ENG 3660 Language and Education ENG 3670 Discovering Grammars ENG 3680 Discourse Analysis ENG 3740 Functional Approaches to Grammar Third Language
Literature-in-Depth Concentration ENG 2130 Literature and Society ENG 2140 Literature and Persuasion ENG 2170 Western Poetry and Poetics ENG 2270 American Popular Fiction after 1950 ENG 2710 Great Novels in English ENG 2720 Creative Writing ENG 2750 Poetry ENG 2830 Western Critical Approaches to Literature ENG 3440 Literature and the Nobel Prize ENG 3710 Single Author Forum: Prose Fiction ENG 3720 Single Author Forum: Poetry ENG 3730 Single Author Forum: Drama ENG 3760 The Child and Literature ENG 3850 Special Topic in Literature ENG 3870 American Literature ENG 3920 Twentieth-Century Literature ENG 3930 Twentieth-Century Poetry ENG 3940 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries ENG 3950 Creative Writing Workshop ENG 3990 Special Topic in Western Critical Theory
Stylistics & Comparative Literature ENG 2120 Western Drama ENG 2280 Major Theme in Literature ENG 2290 Major Genre in Literature ENG 2310 Literature, the Arts and Media ENG 2320 Great Works in World Literature ENG 2820 Comparative Literature: Theory and Methodology ENG 2830 Western Critical Approaches to Literature ENG 3410 Major Movement or Trend in Literature ENG 3420 Modern Drama ENG 3430 The Short Story ENG 3750 Special Topic in Comparative Literature ENG 3770 Literature and Film ENG 3820 Chinese-Western Literary Relations ENG 3830 Literature and Translation ENG 3860 Styles and Structures ENG 3990 Special Topic in Western Critical Theory
Complementary Studies Courses (36 Units) (a)Core Requirements Units ENG 1211 Oral Communication and Public Speaking*3 ENG 1212 Academic and Professional Writing* 3 IT 1140 IT Portfolio 3 LANG 1480 University Chinese 3 UL 1121-2 University Life 0 Physical Education Courses 0 Values and the Meaning of LifeCourse 3 Total 15 * These courses replace LANG 1491-2 English I & II for English Language and Literature Major students.
Complementary Studies Courses (cont’d) (b)Distribution Requirements Units There are four broad categories of knowledge: Humanities Social Sciences Business and Communication Sciences Any two courses outside the Humanities* categories, 6 of which one must be a Science course Any two courses outside the ENG Major 6 Free elective courses 9 Total 21 * Please note that some courses listed in the Humanities category may be offered by other Faculties/Schools.