The object of the degree is to produce linguistically proficient and culturally conversant graduates.
Programme Intended Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this programme, students should be able to:
1. read a wide range of literary texts critically and analytically with an appreciation for their rhetorical and literary features;
2. articulate the ways in which important works of literature in English are situated in their historical and cultural contexts;
3. demonstrate an understanding of the rhetorical, grammatical, and phonological structures of the English language and the complex interrelationship between such structures;
4. describe and explain the way English operates in different cultures and linguistic contexts;
5. formulate critical questions and investigate topics in the study of English literature and linguistics;
6. present themselves confidently and effectively in formal speech and writing.