Gomal University

Bachelor of Subject in English

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A BS in English degree sharpens student’s critical thinking, reading, writing and communication skills. Department of English Language and Literature (DELL) offers a breadth of courses based on literary periods and genres, along with literary theory and cultural studies. Topics in this course also include grammar, semantics and syntax. The curriculum also requires general education coursework in world History, Human Rights and Mathematics. With a BS in English Degree Students can flaunt their skills as writing whiz, an incisive intellect and a cultural citizen. Even in an age of A1, an English BS degree holder demonstrates strong critical thinking skills and cultural acumen.   

Enter Requirements

Must be having F.Sc /FA (12 years of Education) with minimum 2nd division in their academic careers.

1st Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 111 Introduction to Literature 3
Eng 112 Functional English 3
Eng 113 Literary Forms 1 (Short Fiction + One Act Plays) 3
Eng 114 Literary Forms 2 (Poetry + Prose) 3
Eng 115 Islamic Studies 3
2nd Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 121 History of English Language 3
Eng 122 History of English Literature 3
Eng 123 Classics in Poetry 1 3
Eng 124 Classics in English Novel 3
Eng 125 Pakistan Studies 3
3rd Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 231 Introduction to Linguistics 3
Eng 232 English Poetry II (Metaphysical to 18th Century) 3
Eng 233 Prose 1 3
Eng 234 English and Greek Tragedy 3
Eng 235 Introduction to Computers 3
4th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 241 Romantic Poetry 3
Eng 242 Novel II (Victorian and Modern) 3
Eng 243 Phonetics and Phonology 3
Eng 244 Prose II 3
Eng 245 Basic Mathematics 3
5th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 351 Poetry III (Victorian, Modern and Postmodern Poetry) 3
Eng 352 Literary Criticism-1 3
Eng 353 Tefl-1 (Introduction to Syntax) 3
Eng 354 Drama II (Comedy) 3
Eng 355 Introduction to World History (Apposite Issues, Events, Political Happenings) 3
6th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 361 Literary Criticism-II 3
Eng 362 Introduction to Semantics 3
Eng 363 American Poetry 3
Eng 364 Introduction to Literary Theories 3
Eng 365 Introduction to International Relations 3
7th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 471 American Drama 3
Eng 472 American Novel 3
Eng 473 Postcolonial Studies 3
Eng 475 Human Rights and Citizenship 3
Eng 474 Introduction to Research 3
8th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
Eng 481 World Literature 3
Eng 482 Contemporary Literature 3
Eng 483 South-Asian Literature 3
Eng 484 Pakistani Literature 3
Eng 485 Thesis 3
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