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MS English (Literature)

The MS English language program is dedicated to developing students' logical, creative, and critical thinking skills through the application of methods of analysis to the interpretation of literary texts and to enhance students' critical understanding and interpretation of the issues related to representations of class, gender, culture, and ethnic diversity through the study of literature and language.

Program Objectives

The key aims and objectives of the MS English programme are to:

  • Offer the scholars exposure to specialized courses in the scholars’ chosen field
  • Inculcate research skills through projects and research-based assignments during the coursework
  • Offer a rich experience of supervised research that ensures an understanding of the different stages and processes involved in research
  • Help the students form a sound basis for higher learning and independent research

Program Contents

The MS Programme is a full-time taught programme split into two phases. The first phase is course work of 24 credit hours split between two semesters. Successful completion of the coursework with a CGPA of or higher than 3 will entitle the scholar to proceed to the phase of writing a research thesis. Candidates with less than 3 CGPA will have the option to improve courses to obtain the requisite CGPA to start research.  The maximum number of improved courses will be as per FUI rules. The improve courses will be offered/allowed as per FUI rules. The scholar will come up with a research proposal—a research synopsis of around 5000 words—after clearing their course work with the required CGPA and upon approval from the competent authority start their research thesis. As per the HEC policy, the students may also avail of the option to complete the programme through coursework. In this case, too the minimum credit hours for the degree would be 30.

Below is a summary of the credit hours detail and duration of the MS English programme

Coursework: 24 Credit Hours

Thesis: 6 Credit Hours                        

Total Credit Hours: 30

Duration: 3-8 semesters (1.5 to 4 years)

Program Output Evaluation

The program output is measured through regular examinations, assignment results and final thesis results.

Assessment of the students for each course (other than the thesis) in the MS programme will be carried out according to the following formula.

Sr. #

Assessment Tool

Marks

1.

Assignments, Projects, and Presentations spread throughout the semester

30%

2.

Midterm examination of 1.5 hours duration

20%

3.

Final Term examination of 3 hours duration

50%

Total

100

 

Scheme of Studies

MS English Literature Scheme of Studies

The MS English Literature coursework will comprise of courses of 24 credit hours, to be completed in two semesters, to be selected from the following list of courses.  Two Core courses of 6 credit hours in total will be offered in the first two semesters at the discretion of the department and based on the availability of resources.  Students will have the option to select six courses of 18 credit hours in total from the elective courses list given below.

MS English Literature

#

Course Code

Course Title

CrH

Core Courses

1.

LIT6091

Research Methods in Literature

3

2.

LIT6061

Literary Criticism and Theory

3

Elective Courses

1.

LIT6045

CDA for Literary Studies

3

2.

LIT6064

Postcolonial Theory and Literature

3

3.

LIT6015

Modern & Contemporary Poetry

3

4.

LIT6025

Diaspora Literature

3

5.

LIT6011

20th Century Short Fiction

3

6.

LIT6045

Contemporary Novel

3

7.

LIT6035

Advanced Stylistics

3

8.

LIT6057

‘Literature in Film’ Studies 

3

9.

LIT6021

South Asian Literature

3

10.

LIT6067

Postmodern Criticism

3

11.

LIT6051

Globalization and Literature

3

12.

LIT6053

Literature and Environment

3

13.

LIT6054

Writing the City

3

14.

LIT6081

Women’s Writings

3

15.

LIT6017

Postmodern Fiction

3

16.

LIT6071

Transnational Poetry

3

17.

LIT6055

Digital World and Literature

3

18.

LIT6072

Introduction to Monster Studies

3

19.

LIT6073

Medical Fictions: From Romantic to Modern

3

20.

LIT6023

Chinese Fiction in English

3

22.

LIT6095

Research Seminar

0

24.

LIT 6069

Postmodernism and Beyond

3

Research Work

25.

LIT 7099

Thesis

6

Language Proficiency Courses

26.

ENG 6011

Academic and Research Writing
(Non Credit – Additional Course)

0