MPhil English Literature

MPEL

COURSE FACT

STUDY LEVEL STUDY NOTE PROGRAM DURATION CREDITS HOURS

Post Graduate

Full-Time

4 Semesters (2 years)

30

Eligibility Criteria

BS/MA English or equivalent with minimum CGPA 2.0 out of 4.00 or minimum marks 50% marks in annual system GAT(General)/TUF Entry Test with minimum 50% score

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ADMISSIONS

OPEN 2024

OBJECTIVES

The key objectives of the program are:

  • Inculcate research-based approach in the learners.
  • Develop learners’ comprehension of different genres of spoken and written texts.
  • Familiarize the learners with advance theories of Linguistics.
  • Introduce the learners to a variety of syllabi and teaching methods.
  • Enable the learners to analyze phonology of different languages using software tools.
  • Expose the learners to the latest trends in Linguistics.

ROLE AND SCOPE

On successful completion of the program, the graduates may choose to work in the field as English language teachers, editors, writers, phoneticians, language therapists, forensic linguistics, critics, grammarians, public relations managers, or they may enroll themselves in a higher research degree like PhD.

Semester 1

Course Code Subject Title Credit Hours Nature Pre-Requisite
ELL-701 Research Methodology 3(3-0) Core -
ELL-702 Literary Theories 3(3-0) Core -
ELL - 715 Women’s writing in English 3(3-0) Elective -
ELL-704 Postmodern American Literature 3(3-0) Elective -
  Credit Hours: 12 - -

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Nature Pre-Requisite
ELL–703 Pakistani Writings in English 3(3-0) Core -
ELL-705 Contemporary Postcolonial Studies 3(3-0) Elective -
ELL-713 Literature and Environment 3(3-0) Elective -
ELL-714 Literature & Film Studies 3(3-0) Elective -
  Credit Hours: 12 - -

Semester 3 & 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Nature Pre-Requisite
ELL-720 Research synopsis 6(0-6) - -
  Credit Hours: 6 - -
  Total Credit Hours: 60 - -