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English Language and Literature
BA
Bachelor of Arts
Develop strong analytical and writing skills, as well as the knowledge and practical skills required for advancement in English teaching careers
English Language and Literature at EUC
The BA in English Language and Literature at EUC allows students to explore the enduring issues of identity, culture, morality and civilization through the analysis of literature and language.   Students develop skills in textual analysis, critical thinking and writing, as well as the knowledge and practical skills required for teaching English as a foreign language. The program reflects the increased demand for teachers in schools, private institutes and private lessons for young children, students and professionals who want to improve their English. The program’s content fosters critical thinking and clear writing skills which offer graduates multiple employment opportunities in business and government organizations as well.

Program Summary

Languages:English
Duration:4 years
Mode of Study:Distance Learning
ECTS:240

Our graduates work in:

  • Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Mass Media
  • Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Publishing
  • Content Writing

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Admission Process

Our dedicated Admissions Team will guide you every step of the way by answering  all of your questions, helping you choose a program of study and starting your  EUC experience with a virtual or actual campus tour.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Our Scholarship and Financial Aid program aims to provide prospective and enrolled students with information and resources to financially support your  educational goals.  This takes the form of academic scholarships, athletics scholarships and family/need-based financial aid.

Student Housing

Our student accommodation units are located only minutes from campus and are designed to offer students high quality living spaces in elegant studios and one-bedroom flats supported by great social spaces, in-house gym, laundry rooms and 24–hour security service.

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Degree RequirementsCreditsECTS
2
General Education Requirements
2442
3
Core Requirements60113
4
Major Requirements4585
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Total Requirements129240

Bachelor – Online – English Language and Literature

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General Education Requirements24 Credits42 ECTS
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Humanities916
3
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
4
PHL101Introduction to Philosophy35
5
PSY103Introduction to Psychology36
6
SOC101Introduction to Sociology35
7
Social Behavioral and Political Sciences610
8
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
9
N/A
Philosophy, Psychology or Political Science
35
10
N/AHistory, Anthropology or Sociology35
11
English and Communication11
12
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
13
COM101Public Speaking35
14
ENG103Instruction in Expository Writing36
15
Computer Fundamentals5
16
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
17
CSC190
Computer Fundamentals and Applications
35
1
Core Requirements60 Credits113 ECTS
2
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
3
ENG203Advanced Expository Writing35
4
ENG212Introduction To Poetry35
5
ENG218Introduction To Drama35
6
ENG220Introduction to Fiction35
7
ENG241Shakespeare36
8
ENG260Critical and Cultural Theory36
9
ENG310Modern Poetry36
10
ENG320Modern Drama36
11
ENG330The 19th Century English Novel36
12
ENG371
Major European Novels of the 20th Century
36
13
LIN206Introduction to Linguistics I36
14
LIN207Introduction to Linguistics II35
15
LIN209The History of the English Language35
16
LIN211English Grammar35
17
LIN213Phonetics and Phonology36
18
LIN215Sociolinguistics36
19
LIN217Psycholinguistics36
20
LIN221Applied Linguistics36
21
LIN362Teaching Methodology I36
22
LIN370English as a Global Language36
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Major Requirements36 Credits85 ECTS
2
Select fifteen (15) of the following courses
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
4
ENG215The European Romantic Movement35
5
ENG230European Drama36
6
ENG250Women in Literature36
7
ENG303Creative Writing36
8
ENG304Writing Nonfiction36
9
ENG345Post-Colonialism36
10
ENG352Modernism and Postmodernism36
11
ENG377American Fiction36
12
ENG379British Fiction36
13
ENG382African - American Literature36
14
ENG398The Literary Dimension of Film36
15
ENG440Special Topics I: Literature36
16
LIN219Semantics and Pragmatics36
17
LIN325Second Language Acquisition36
18
LIN327
Language Disabilities and The Language Processes
36
19
LIN329Discourse Analysis36
20
LIN340Teaching Young Learners36
21
LIN342Teaching English for Specific Purposes36
22
LIN360Linguistics and Translation36
23
LIN367English Materials and the Media36
24
LIN440Special Topics I: Linguistics36
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