BS English (Language and Literature)

Superior University’s English Literature program revamps the way a student thinks about literature and life, encouraging the students to consider how literature shapes and is shaped by the world. The program helps students develop critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills by drawing on essential texts and concepts while providing the students with the knowledge and core skills they need to land a position in Pakistan’s ever-growing education sector among a range of other employment opportunities.

Eligibility: Intermediate or equivalent

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Introduction to English Literature I
(Poetry and drama)
3
slamic Studies2
Introduction to Computer3
Introduction to Linguistics3
English I3
Management3
Total17

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
English II (Academic Reading & Writing)3
Human Rights
3
Phonetics and Phonology3
Pakistan Studies2
History of English Literature-I (Medieval
to Romantic Times)
3
Classical Drama3
Total17

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
English III (Communication Skills)
Arabic
3
Arabic3
Introduction to Digital Media3
Visionary Discourse3
Introduction to English Literature II
(Short Story, Novel and Prose)
3
Total15

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Advanced Academic Reading and Writing3
Marketing3
Poetry (14th to 19th Century3
Semantics3
Morphology & Syntax I
3
Total15

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
International Relation3
Active Citizen Program3
Modern Drama3
Discourse Analysis3
History of English Literature 19th Century
Realism to Contemporary Times
3
Total15

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Entrepreneurship3
Pedagogical Grammar
3
Novel (18th and 19th Century)3
Morphology & Syntax II3
English For Specific Purposes (ESP)3
Pakistani Literature in English3
Total18

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Translation Studies3
Syllabus Designing & Testing3
Literary Criticism3
Research Methods in Linguistics3
Media Discourse Analysis3
Final Year Project I3
Total18

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Stylistics3
Language Teaching Methodologies3
Second Language Acquisition3
Sociolinguistic3
Final Year Project II3
Total15

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