List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2019, 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 Englishes 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 5415116 Issues and Trends in Language Studies 1.0 1 @ @
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 5425215 Language, Society, and Power 3.0 3 @ @
1 2 5425218 Seminar on ELT Trends and Issues 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.Each graduate student shall pass the minimum English proficiency requirement(s) for graduation, and shall all meet the criteria of the English proficiency tests set by the department (if any). Students may refer to the department websites for their English proficiency criteria set by each department.
6.This list of required courses for graduation is applicable to students admitted starting in the academic year 2019.