BS (Hons) English: Literature

/BS (Hons) English: Literature
BS (Hons) English: Literature 2019-08-07T11:52:30+00:00

By deepening the understanding of English language, students can strengthen their comprehension of world and their ability to communicate with others in their desired career. Students who have a passion for writing, bachelor’s in English program will give the opportunity to expand and explore their creative writing capabilities. Student can fathom new insights into the social, philosophical, and moral themes that are crucial to a just society and global community.

Marks Required : 50%

Credit Hours : 132

Duration : 4 Years

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Scholarship

Campus Name Scholarship Percentage
DHA Campus N/A
Cantt Campus 55%
Gulberg Campus 75%
Raiwind Rd Campus 75%

RoadMap

Semester 1

Sr. Course Title
1. Study Skills
2. Introduction to Geography
3. Pakistan Studies
4. English I: Reading and Writing Skills
5. Introduction to Literary Studies
6. Introduction to Language Studies

Semester 2

Sr. Course Title
1. Islamic Studies
2. Elementary Mathematics & Statistics
3. Introduction to Philosophy
4. English II: Composition Writing
5. Introduction to Phonetics & Phonology
6. Literary Forms and Movements

Semester 3

Sr. Course Title
1. Introduction to Computer
2. Islamic History & Culture
3. Global Poetry
4. English III : Communication and Presentation Skills
5. Short Fictional Narratives
6. Introduction to Morphology

Semester 4

Sr. Course Title
1. Human Rights & Citizenship
2. English IV: Academic Reading & Writing
3. Classical and Renaissance Drama
4. Classical Poetry
5. Semantics
6. Rise of the Novel (18th to 19th century)

Semester 5

Sr. Course Title
1. Introduction to International Relations
2. Introduction to Environmental Studies
3. Romantic and Victorian Poetry
4. Foundations of Literary Theory & Criticism
5. Sociolinguistics
6. Popular Fiction

Semester 6

Sr. Course Title
1. Modern Poetry
2. Modern Drama
3. Modern Novel
4. Grammar & Syntax
5. Discourse Studies
6. Creative Nonfiction

Semester 7

Sr. Course Title
1. Research Methods and Term Paper Writing
2. Introduction to Applied Linguistics
3. Introduction to Stylistics
4. Literary Theory and Practice
6. Creative Nonfiction

Semester 8

Sr. Course Title
1. Postcolonial Literature
2. American Literature
3. Introduction to Translation Studies
4. Introduction to Women’s Writing
6. World Englishes