Five Year Integrated M. A. in English Language and Literature

DURATION

5 years, 10 semesters

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE COURSES

  • Exit option with a B. A. degree at the end of third year
  • State of art Research labs
  • Qualified and Motivated Faculty
  • Separate Hostels for Boys and Girls
  • Placement assistance

Guidance in the preparation for national-international level scholarship tests such as UGC/CSIR - NET, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS and BEC.

Course Study

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5
History of English Literature: The Pre Chaucerian to the Augustan History of English Literature: The Pre–romantic to the Victorian History of English Literature: Victorian to the Present Shakespeare: Comedies English Drama: Elizabethan to Victorian
English Poetry: The Elizabethan to the Augustan English Poetry: The Pre-romantic to the Victorian Biography Indian Writing in English: Poetry Elements of Literary Criticism
English Prose: The Elizabethan to the Victorian English Prose: The Late Victorian to the Modern Communicative English (Advanced) History of English Language and Phonetics Spiritual Literature
Introduction to Computing Indian Writing in English: Fiction English Fiction: Victorian Environmental Studies English Poetry: Modern
Communicative English Professional Communication American Literature Life Skills II Elective II
Cultural Education I Cultural Education II Life Skills I ELECTIVE I Canadian Literature
Language – Paper I Language - Paper II     Life Skills III

 

Semester 6 Semester 7 Semester 8 Semester 9 Semester 10
Literary Criticism: Introduction English Poetry up to the Pre-Romantic Literary Criticism Research Methodology for Language and Literature Post-Independence Indian Writing in English
Autobiography English Fiction English Poetry -19th century English Poetry – 20th century Dissertation
English Fiction: Modern Shakespeare English Prose: 20th century Modern English Drama  
English Drama: Modern English Prose up to 19th century Contemporary Fiction Contemporary Literary Theory  
European Fiction Linguistics Elective III Elective V  
Shakespeare: Tragedies   Elective IV Elective VI  
Project (for Exit-option students        

LIST OF ELECTIVES

  • English Language Teaching Methods
  • Women Studies
  • Comparative Literature
  • Indian Literature in Translation
  • Translation Studies
  • Journalism and Mass Media
  • Introduction to Film Studies
  • Creative Writing in English
  • Canadian Fiction
  • Black Literature
  • Technical and Professional Writing
  • 20th Century American Literature
  • Teaching of English for Indian Students
  • Indian Women Novelists in English.