Academic

Curriculum of ELS

The curriculum of the GP-ELS consists of foundation courses, core courses (including thesis) and elective courses. To graduate, a student has to complete between 42 and 48 credits, which include foundation, core, and elective courses. It is worth knowing that all the core courses in one stream or concentration are elective in nature to the students of the other streams or concentrations. The distribution of the courses and credits is as follows:

Stream


Courses (in number of credits)

Core

Expanded

Elective

Thesis

 English Literature 9

15

15

3 - 9

9

 English Linguistics

15

15

3 - 9

9

 English Language Education

15

15

3 - 9

9

All courses are conducted in English and the thesis is also written in English.

 

The core courses include the graduate research project, the outcome of which is a proposal, and thesis. All courses are conducted in English and the thesis is also written in English.

Course Distribution Based on Types of Courses
The following table is the list of the courses offered at the GP-ELS 

CORE COURSES

 

No

Name of Courses

Credits

1

Critical Discourse Analysis

3

2

Foundation of English Education

3

3

Foundation of English Linguistics

3

4

Foundation of English Literature

3

5

Cultural Studies

3

 

EXPANDED COURSES

 

A. English Linguistics

1

Phonetics and Morpho-phonology

3

2

English Syntax

3

3

English Semantics and Pragmatics

3

4

Research in English Linguistics

3

5

Linguistics and Intersectionality

3

B. English Literature

1

Critical Theory

3

2

Comparative Literature

3

3

American Literature

3

4

Research in English Literature

3

5

Asian Literature in English

3

C. English Language Education

1

Second Language Acquisition

3

2

ICT Based Learning Program

3

3

Critical Pedagogy

3

4

Research in English Education

3

5

Evaluation in English Education

3

D. Thesis

 

1

Graduate Research Project

3

2

Thesis

6

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

 

1

Teaching English to Young Learners

3

2

Sociolinguistics

3

3

Postcolonial Literature

3

4

Statistic for Research

3

5

Film and Literature

3

6

Mobile Applications for Language Learning

3

How do we read the course codes?

FOU: Core course

EDU: Education course

LIN: Linguistic course

LIT: Literature Course

TH: Thesis (course)

ELE: Elective course

The second digit: The semester in which the course is offered

  

Example

FOU 511: It is a core course, level 5, offered in the first semester, foundation course number 1. The last digit does not imply the importance of the course.

LIT 522: It is an expanded course, level 5, offered in the second semester, listed in the curriculum as the second core course

THE 641: It refers to thesis, level 6, offered in semester the fourth semester.

 

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