PROGRAMS


BS EnglishM.A EnglishMS English
  • Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)
  • Teaching System: Semester System
  • Offered : Moring & Evening
  • Duration: 2 Years (3 Semesters)
  • Teaching System: Semester System
  • Offered : Moring only
  • Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)
  • Teaching System: Semester System
  • Offered : Moring only

Eligibility Criteria

01BS
  • BS 4-years: The candidates seeking admission in BS program must have passed:
  • Intermediate or equivalent examination (Arts group) in 2nd division from any public/private institution. Studied English (200 marks) in Intermediate securing 50% marks in it.
02M.A
  • MA 2-years: The candidates seeking admission in MA Literature/Linguistic program must have passed:
  • Two years B.A program with 2nd division. Studied English as an elective subject securing 50% marks in it.
03MS
  • MS 2-years: The candidates seeking admission in MS Literature/Linguistic program must have passed:
  • 4 years B.S / 2 year M.A program/s with 2nd division and must fulfil HEC eligibility criteria.
    Note: GAT general must be cleared before or within one year after admission to M.S. program.


BS English is one of the most rewarding degree subjects having high demand and market value in Pakistan and elsewhere in the world. It provides a platform to the students to develop their interest in the diverse range of literature written in English and also to understand the scientific knowledge of English language, linguistics. This degree will equip our students with analytical and writing skills that are readily transferable into many other situations.
After acquiring the degree, students will have many career opportunities in the field of education and related disciplines. Students can pursue their careers in Education sector, research oriented jobs, content writers, Civil Services, administration and management related jobs, lectureship, Electronic and print media related jobs, banking sector etc.

MA English is one of the most rewarding degree subjects having high demand and market value in Pakistan and elsewhere in the world. It provides a platform to the students to develop their interest in the diverse range of literature written in English and also to understand the scientific knowledge of English language, linguistics. This degree will equip our students with analytical and writing skills that are readily transferable into many other situations.
After acquiring the degree, students will have many career opportunities in the field of education and related disciplines. Students can pursue their careers in Education sector, research oriented jobs, content writers, Civil Services, administration and management related jobs, lectureship, Electronic and print media related jobs, banking sector etc.

MS English is a professional degree which has high demand and market value in Pakistan and elsewhere in the world. Knowledge of existing concepts of language, linguistics and literature is highly competitive and desired in this age of multilingualism and globalization. Knowledge of English language, linguistics and literature is highly anticipated and required for world class human resources for different research institutes, government ministries, departments and agencies such as the ministries of Law, Foreign Affairs, Media, Education and others. Our students will also be well-equipped with modern day knowledge to combat challenges in the NGOs and the private sector.
After acquiring the degree, students will have many career opportunities in the field of education and related disciplines. Students can secure higher administrative position after acquiring applied knowledge of language policy and planning and related issues. They can work as translators and interpreters at different levels. Students can work in scientific, literary, technical or business fields as well. They can work as freelancers in the field of language and linguistics. They can join national testing and assessment agencies and firms. They can become part of translation bureaus, publishing houses, international organizations, hotel industry, and travel and tourism sector as well.



SCHEME OF STUDIES

BS (4-YEAR) English
SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryPKS-100Pak Studies2(2+0)
GeneralPol-126Intro to International relations3(3+0)
GeneralPSY-118Introduction To Psyh-13(3+0)
CompulsoryENG -122English-13(3+0)
FoundationENG -130IntroTo Lit-I Poetry & Drama3(3+0)
FoundationENG -132Intro To Linguistics3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours17
SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryISL-100Islamiyat2(2+0)
ENG -118Creative Writing3(3+0)
GeneralEDU-101Philosophy Of Education3(3+0)
FoundationENG -130IntroTo Lit-I Poetry & Drama3(3+0)
FoundationENG -128History Of Eng-Lit: Medieval To Romantics3(3+0)
FoundationENG -157Phonetics And Phonology3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours17
SEMESTER-III
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryENG-215Communication Skills3(3+0)
FoundationENG-231Introduction To Literature II3(3+0)
CompulsoryCS-100Introduction To Computer3(3+0)
FoundationENG-251Morphology And Syntax3(3+0)
GeneralSOC-108Introduction To Sociology3(3+0)
FoundationENG-233Introduction To Mythologies3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-IV
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryENG-205Advanced Academics R & W3(3+0)
FoundationENG-229History of English Literature 19th Century Realism To Contemporary Times3(3+0)
FoundationENG-268Semantics3(3+0)
GeneralENG-234Introduction To philosophy in English3(3+0)
CompulsorySoc-112Intro to Human Rights3(3+0)
GeneralEDU-102Psychology of Education3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-V
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorENG-362Research methodology3(3+0)
MajorENG-426English for Specific Purposes3(3+0)
MajorENG-360Pragmatics3(3+0)
MajorENG-356Pedagogical Grammar3(3+0)
MajorENG-369Socio Linguistics3(3+0)
MajorENG-320Discourse Analysis3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
********* OR *********
SEMESTER-V(Literature)
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng-40320th century Lit. : Poetry & Drama3(3+0)
MajorEng-40220th century Fiction & Non Fiction drama3(3+0)
MajorEng-409American Drama3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-473Teaching of Literature3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-Translational theory & Literary Studies3(3+0)
MajorENG-417Continental Literature3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-VI(Linguistics)
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorENG-410Anthropological Linguistics3(3+0)
MajorENG-436Language in Education3(3+0)
 ElectiveENG-419Critical Discourse analysis3(3+0)
MajorENG-361Psycholinguistics3(3+0)
MajorENG-340Lexical Studies3(3+0)
MajorENG-416CALL3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
********* OR *********
SEMESTER-VI(Literature)
MajorEng-470South Asian Literature3(3+0)
MajorEng-417Continental Literature3(3+0)
MajorEng-Emerging forms of Literature3(3+0)
MajorEng-Literary Discourse & Journalistic
Writing
3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
SEMESTER-VII
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng-439Language teaching methodology3(3+0)
MajorEng-378Visionary discourse3(3+0)
MajorEng-472Syllabus Designing And Testing3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-475Translation Studies3(3+0)
MajorEng-467SLA3(3+0)
MajorEng-463Research Methods in Linguistic3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
********* OR *********
SEMESTER-VII (Literature)
MajorENG-40320th century Lit. : Poetry & Drama3(3+0)
MajorENG-40220th century Fiction & Non Fiction3(3+0)
MajorENG-409American Drama3(3+0)
ElectiveENG-473Teaching of Literature3(3+0)
ElectiveENG-Translational theory & Literary Studies3(3+0)
ElectiveENG-459Post Colonial Literature3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
ElectiveEng-419World Englishes3(3+0)
MajorEng-471Stylistics3(3+0)
MajorEng-438Language, Culture & Identity3(3+0)
MajorEng-427Genre Analysis3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
********* OR *********
SEMESTER-VIII (Literature)
MajorENG-470South Asian Literature3(3+0)
MajorENG-417Continental Literature3(3+0)
MajorENG-Emerging forms of Literature3(3+0)
MajorENG-Literary Discourse & Journalistic
Writing
3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
M.A (2-YEAR) English
SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng -362Research Methodology3(3+0)
MajorEng -358Poetry 14th to 18th Century3(3+0)
CompulsoryEng -215Communication Skills3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -455Pakistani Literature in English3(3+0)
MajorEng -369Sociolinguistics3(3+0)
MajorEng -132Intro to Linguistics3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng -34220th Century Literary/Critical Theory3(3+0)
MajorEng -3114Classical Drama3(3+0)
MajorEng -344Literary Movements3(3+0)
MajorEng -268Semantics3(3+0)
MajorEng -460Pragmatics3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -475Translation Studies3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-III
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng 320Discourse Analysis3(3+0)
MajorEng -365Romantic and Victorian Poetry3(3+0)
MajorEng -407American Literature-I3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -480World Literature-I3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -459Postcolonial Literature3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -477Victorian Novel3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-IV
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng-419Critical Discourse Analysis3(3+0)
MajorEng-449Modern Drama3(3+0)
MajorEng -448Modern Novel3(3+0)
MajorEng -450Modern Poetry3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -408American Literature-II3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -481World Literature-II3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
Elective Courses
Sr. #Course CodeCourse Title
01Eng-409American Drama
02Eng-410Anthropological Linguistics
03Eng-417Continental Literature
04Eng-421Emerging Forms of Literature
05Eng-122English-I
06Eng-123English-II
07Eng-224English-III
08Eng-225English-IV
09Eng-426English for Specific Purposes
10Eng-435Journalistic Writing
11Eng-436Language in Education
12Eng-437Language and Gender
13Eng-352Morphology and Syntax 2
14Eng-353Novel 18th and 19th Century
15Eng-464Research Projects
16Eng-466Science Fiction and Fantasy
Total Credit Hours
MS (2-YEAR) English
SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng-532Research Methods in Linguistics3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-535Sociolinguistics3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-519General Linguistics3(3+0)
MajorEng -537Theories of Linguistics3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng-521Issues in Syntax3(3+0)
MajorEng-508Applied Linguistics3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-513Critical Discourse Analysis3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-533Semantics and Programmatic3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
SEMESTER-III  
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompEng-538Research Thesis6(6+0)
Total Credit Hours06
SEMESTER-IV (Elective Courses)
Sr. #Course CodeCourse Title
Total Credit Hours
SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng -562Research Methodology3(3+0)
MajorEng -515Elizabethan & Restoration Drama3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -506American Literature I:novel n Short story3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-524Literary Criticism & theory3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEng -507American Literature II3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -530Postcolonial Literature3(3+0)
ElectiveEng -526Modern & Contemporary Fiction3(3+0)
ElectiveEng-541World Literature & Translation3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours12
SEMESTER-III  
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompEng-538Research Thesis6(6+0)
Total Credit Hours06
SEMESTER-IV (Elective Courses)
Sr. #Course CodeCourse Title
Total Credit Hours
Elective Courses
Sr. #Course CodeCourse Title
01Eng-501Academic Writing
02Eng-503Advanced Syntax
03Eng-504Advancement in Stylistic
04Eng-505Aesthetics and Literary Genre
05Eng-507American Literature 2 Drama and Poetry
06Eng-509Bilingualism
07Eng-510CALL
08Eng-512Computational Linguistics
09Eng-513Comedy; Greek, Elizabethan & Modern
10Eng-514Critical Theory
11Eng-515Cross Cultural Communication
12Eng-516English for Specific Purposes
13Eng-517Feminine Linguistics
14Eng-518Functional Systematic Grammar
15Eng-520Globalization and Spread of English
16Eng-522Language Assessment
17Eng-523Language, Gender and Politics
18Eng-525Modern and Contemporary Drama
19Eng-526Modern and Contemporary Fiction
20Eng-528Multi-Cultureless
21Eng-529Phonetics and Phonology
22Eng -530Postcolonial Literature
23Eng-531Psycholinguistic
24Eng-534Shakespeare Studies
25Eng-535South Asia Literature
26Eng-536Teaching and Learning English in large Classes
27Eng-539Translation Theory and Literary Studies
28Eng-540Transitional Studies
29Eng-541World Literature
Total Credit Hours
Important note: The Scheme of Studies of all the courses including BS, M.A, MSc and MS can be changed according to the demand of market.