List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2018, Master Program, Department of English

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 5415216 Linguistics Research Methodology 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415217 Thesis Writing 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5401205 Contemporary Popular Fiction 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415102 Applied Linguistics 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415103 Applied Research of Sociolinguistics 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415105 English Pragmatics in the Era of Globalization 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415106 Chinese and English Contrastive Analysis 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415110 Cross-Cultural Communication: Theory and Application 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415111 Teaching ESP 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415117 The Fantastic in Victo-rian Periodicals 1.0 1 @ @
1 1 5415118 Documentary as Fantasy 1.0 1 @ @
1 1 5415121 Technology-enhanced Language Learning 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415200 Theories and Practice in English for Professional Purposes 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415202 Translation Theory and Practice 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415205 New Trends in Translation Studies and Translation Practice 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5415210 Seminar on Second Language Acquisition 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425216 World Englishes 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425217 Global English 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425503 Genre and Culture 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425505 Technology and Modern Literature 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425602 Postcolonial Cultural Studies 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425604 Special Topic in Literary and Critical Theory 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425605 Rise of the Novel and Eighteenth-Century Works 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425606 Reading the City 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425701 Cultural Dissemination and the Arts 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425702 Literature and Film Adaptation 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5425708 Knights, Monsters, Castles and Other Things Medieval in Hollywood Movies and Japanese Anime 3.0 3 @ @
1 1 5426607 English Lexical Pragmatics 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415218 Practical Research in Applied Linguistics 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415219 Writing Application in Literature and Culture Studies 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415104 Discourse Analysis and English Writing 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415107 Global English & Electronic Communication 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415108 Qualitative Research Design 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415109 Statistics and Quantitative Research 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415112 English curriculum design and evaluation in professional fie 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415113 Discourse Analysis and English Writing 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415114 Internship and Field Research 3.0 18 @ @
1 2 5415120 Corpus Linguistics and TESOL 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415203 Interpretation Theory and Practice 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415207 Advanced Consecutive and Simultaneous Interpretation 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415212 Syntax: Theory and Application in English Teaching 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5415215 Phraseology 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5425506 Period Studies in Literature and Culture 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5425508 Classic Stories Everybody Should Know 1: Chaucer and Shakespeare 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5425607 Women Writers and Artists 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5426604 Contemporary Literature 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5426606 Nineteen-Century Literature and Culture 3.0 3 @ @
2 1 5416100 Thesis 3.0 3 1 / 2 @
2 2 5416100 Thesis 3.0 3 2 / 2 @

Note :
1.A minimum of 36 credit hours is required for graduation.
2.12 credits for required courses: 6 credits for Thesis (3 credits per semester), one of either : Linguistics Research Methodology or Practical Research in Applied Linguistics, one of either: Thesis Writing or Writing Application in Literature and Culture Studies.
3.24 credits for elective courses: A minimum of 12 credits from the chosen track is required. Also, students may take up to 6 elective credits in other tracks.
4.Upon approval by their supervisors or the department chair, students may take up to 6 credits in other graduate programs of the university.
5.This list of required courses for graduation is applicable to students admitted starting in the academic year 2018.