BS English

Objective

The School of English is a beautiful amalgamation of subjects that fall under English literature and linguistics. The learners are familiarized with eras of English literature and their prototype literature; prominent themes, writers, and characters, of both poetry and prose. Keeping in view the significance that linguistics has attained in the past two decades, the learners are trained to analyze various text genres, comprehend contemporary grammars, speech processes, methods and approaches of English language teaching, as well as achieve a grasp on computational tools required to handle large scale data for more informed and reliable researches.

Role and Scope

Language policies have taken various shifts in the past few years, pertaining to the fact that traditional methods of English language teaching are not endorsed even on school levels. There inhibit several technicalities when it comes to setting syllabi for specific groups of learners, which cannot be achieved without formal education and training. Our graduates are equipped not only with an understanding of the foundations of literature and linguistics, but are also trained to be professionals in the fields of English language teaching, syllabus design, speech pathology, computational linguistics, forensic linguistics, journal editing, publishing, research, and language policy making.
 

semesters and courses

  • Duration

    8 Semesters, 4 years

  • Eligibility

    Intermediate with minimum second division

  • credit hours
    required

    136

 

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-114 English-I (Reading and Writing Skills) 3(3-0)
IS-115 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
ILT-112 Introduction to Literature 3(3-0)
GEN-213 Introduction to Sociology 3(3-0)
ILG-113 Introduction to Linguistics 3(3-0)
IT-215 Introduction to Computer 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 17
 
 

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-128 English-II (Composition Writing) 3(3-0)
PS-122 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
HEL-121 History of English Literature 3(3-0)
PAP-123 Phonetics and Phonology 3(3-0)
SS-124 Study Skills 3(3-0)
IS-415 Psychology 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 17
 
 

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-224 English-III (Communication and Presentation Skills) 3(3-0)
COMN-313 Mass Communication 3(3-0)
POC-211 Poetry-I(Classical Poetry) 3(3-0)
ENG-214 Introduction to Environmental Studies 3(3-0)
STAT-316 Introduction to Statistics 3(3-0)
WEN-416 World Englishes 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18
 
 

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG-229 English IV (Academic Reading and Writing) 3(3-0)
SEM-222 Semantics and Pragmatics 3(3-0)
AENG-227 Advance English Grammar 3(3-0)
HRC-224 Human Rights and Citizenship 3(3-0)
NOV-225 Novel-I 3(3-0)
PHO-226 Philosophy 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18

 

Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
FL-311 Forensic Linguistics 3(3-0)
LIT-324 Literary Theory 3(3-0)
PSY-313 Psycholinguistics 3(3-0)
ELT-425 English Language Teaching 3(3-0)
POT-315 Poetry-II (XVI-XXI century) 3(3-0)
DRM-126 Drama-I (Greek and Elizabethan) 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
STY-321 Stylistics 3(3-0)
SOC-322 Sociolinguistics 3(3-0)
LC-312 Literary Criticism 3(3-0)
DRM-323 Drama-II 3(3-0)
LTA-325 Language Testing and Assessment 3(3-0)
NOV-326 Novel-II (XVIII-XXI) 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
POS-411 Postcolonial Studies 3(3-0)
PLIT-413 Pakistani Literature in English 3(3-0)
RME-414 Research Methodology 3(3-0)
SLA-417 Second Language Acquisition (SLA) 3(3-0)
CDA-418 Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15

 

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CLIN-421 Corpus Linguistics 3(3-0)
PRO-427 Prose 3(3-0)
LST-423 Literary Stylistics 3(3-0)
WLIT-424 World Literature 3(3-0)
PJ-426 Research Project 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15
  Total Credit Hours 136