Αγγλική Φιλολογία και Γλωσσολογία (18 μήνες, Μεταπτυχιακό)

Περιγραφή

Το Μεταπτυχιακό πρόγραμμα ‘Αγγλική Φιλολογία και Γλωσσολογία’ προσφέρει στους φοιτητές την ευκαιρία να εξετάσουν λογοτεχνικά, θεωρητικά και κριτικά κείμενα μέσα από μια ποικιλία πολιτιστικών πλαισίων, αναπτύσσοντας έτσι προηγμένες δεξιότητες κατανόησης ερμηνείας και ανάλυσης. Ένα βασικό χαρακτηριστικό του προγράμματος είναι η ανάλυση της αγγλικής ως παγκόσμιας γλώσσας, με μαθήματα στην Εφαρμοσμένη Γλωσσολογία, Απόκτηση Δεύτερης Γλώσσας (Second Language Acquisition), Διγλωσσία, και Μεθοδολογία της Διδασκαλίας της Αγγλικής Γλώσσας, επιτρέποντας στους φοιτητές να αναπτύξουν πρακτικές και ακαδημαϊκές τεχνικές για περαιτέρω έρευνα στους τομείς της Λογοτεχνίας και της Γλωσσολογίας.

Προοπτικές Εργοδότησης

Διδασκαλία σε σχολεία, κολέγια και ινστιτούτα (κάτοχοι Μεταπτυχιακού Αγγλικής Γλώσσας και Φιλολογίας δικαιούνται να λειτουργήσουν ιδιωτικά ινστιτούτα γλωσσών στην Κύπρο), Μέσα ενημέρωσης, Εκδόσεις, Διαφήμιση, Έρευνα, Διεθνείς Οργανισμοί.

Δομή Προγράμματος



All students pursuing a Master of Arts in English Language and Literature program must complete the following requirements:



Degree Requirements Credits ECTS
Core Courses 21 60
Elective Courses 3 10
Master Thesis 6 20
Total Requirements 30 90


Core Courses 21 Credits 60 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
ENG531 Cultural Studies 3 8
ENG542 Theories of Literature 3 10
ENG582 Postcolonial Studies 3 7
LIN501 English Language Teaching (ELT) Methodology 3 8
LIN551 English in Globalisation 3 7
LIN561 Core Issues in Second Language Acquisition 3 10
MEL512 Research Methods 3 10


Elective Courses 3 Credits 10 ECTS

Students select one (1) of the following courses.

Code Course Title Credits ECTS
ENG621 Special Topics in Literature 3 10
LIN621 Special Topics in Linguistics 3 10


Master Thesis 6 Credits 20 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
MEL695 Master Thesis 6 20


Στόχοι Προγράμματος

General Objectives
  • The development of advanced research skills appropriate to the fields of Literature and Linguistics.
  • The sustained and intensive development of critical, analytical, and creative thinking skills, particularly related to modes of humanistic and linguistic inquiry
  • The broadening of students’ linguistic, literary and cultural horizons
  • The understanding of the role of English in a globalised world and its implications on English language acquisition and teaching
Specific Objectives
  • The familiarization of postgraduate students of Literature with writing in English from a broad range of national contexts
  • The familiarization of postgraduate students of Linguistics with core issues of Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism.
  • The acquisition of an awareness of the relationship between language and society with particular reference to the English language
  • The development of necessary vocabulary and linguistic skills to enable students to become teachers of English or to further their postgraduate studies in Translation and Interpretation.
  • The fostering among postgraduate students of advanced abilities in the comprehension, interpretation, and analysis of literary, theoretical, and critical texts from multiple cultural contexts
  • The provision to students of the necessary knowledge to prepare for, begin, and sustain independent research in the field of Literature and Linguistics, culminating in individually tailored research projects and/or theses

 

Learning Outcomes
On completion of the program, students should be able to:
 
  • Apply theoretical knowledge they have acquired in their courses onto current cultural, social and historical debates.
  • Identify commonalities and divergences in international literary cultures that would assist an informed and full assessment of their immediate literary and cultural milieu.
  • Implement contemporary methods of English Language Teaching.
  • Draw informed conclusions on the functions and status of English as a global language and identify varieties of English worldwide (World Englishes)
  • Participate in current debates on language learning, second language acquisition and bilingualism.  
  • Participate with confidence in political debates on gender, sexuality, the body, public and private identity performance, subjectivity, nationalism, and human rights.
  • Draw informed conclusions about literature’s relationship to other art forms in a critical framework that also evaluates art and its attendant politics.
  • Practise bibliographical research and apply research organization skills useful in the conceptualization of European research proposals.

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