EUB

EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY
OF BANGLADESH

Admission Office: 01914098494, 01682337181, 01982941566, 029133293

The Bachelor of Arts in English is designed to expose the students to English Language and Literature for scholarly and practical purposes. The program provides excellent preparation for any profession requiring a higher level of knowledge and comprehension in oral and written communication. The graduates will be prepared for teaching, research, and administrative responsibility. English major is a widely recognized and desired preparation for graduate degrees in teaching, journalism, management, and administration. The program is also suitable for students interested in a broad general background in the humanities with a concentration in literature and language and for those interested in obtaining a firm foundation for further study in graduate school levels.

This is a broad-based, multidisciplinary program designed to equip the graduates to meet the demand of the changing society. The program is built on a number of foundation courses of general interests that will broaden horizon of the students. The support courses will directly facilitate the understanding of the core courses.

BA (Honours) in English EUB is a full time, day program. This is a four-year program consisting of 12 (twelve) regular terms. Students will be required to do 40 courses consisting of 120 credit hours.

Students will earn letter grades in the courses they complete, but will earn passing (satisfactory) or failing (unsatisfactory) grades in the Comprehensive Examination and in the thesis work.

Admission Requirement:
* To be eligible for admission to the B.A. Honours program in English a student must have at least 2nd division or an average CGPA of 2.5 in S.S.C./Dakhil and H.S.C./Alim Exams or a minimum CGPA of 2.00 in five subjects at ‘0’ level and a minimum CGPA of2.00 in two subjects at ‘A’ level Exams.
* Must have 45% marks in English at the SSC/HSC level
* Students having break of study can apply.
* Students with post-school qualifications (e.g. Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas) may be considered for admission with advanced standing or credit (recognition of prior learning).

Evaluation of Students’ Performance:
Of the total credits allowed for the courses, the performance of each course will be evaluated as follows.

Marks
1. Class attendance
5%
2. Class performance
5%
3. Class test, MCQ test, Quiz, case studies etc.
15%
4. Assignment
15%
5. Semester Final
60%
Total
100%

Courses

Sl.
Course
Course Title
Credits
01
ENG 101
English Language-I: Sentences and their Elements
3
02
ENG 102
Fundamentals of Writing
3
03
ENG 103
Reading Skill-I
3
04
ENG 104
English Literary History
3
05
ENG 105
English Language – II: Listening and speaking
3
06
ENG 106
Reading Skill-II
3
07
ENG 107
Introduction to Linguistics
3
08
ENG 108
Critical Appreciation, Rhetoric & Prosody
3
09
ENG 109
Advanced Reading and Writing
3
10
ENG 110
Introduction to Prose
3
11
ENG 111
Introduction to Poetry
3
12
ENG 112
Introduction to Drama
3
13
ENG 113
Western Philosophy
3
14
ENG 114
Bangladesh Studies
3
15
ENG 115
Fundamentals of Computer and its Uses
3
16
ENG 116
Business English
3
17
ENG 117
Eastern Thought
3
18
ENG 118
European History
3
19
ENG 119
Teaching English as a Foreign Language
3
20
ENG 120
16th Century Literature
3
21
ENG 121
17th Century Literature
3
22
ENG 122
18th Century English Literature
3
23
ENG 123
English for Professional Purposes
3
24
ENG 124
Introduction to Socio-Linguistics
3
25
ENG 125
Introduction to Psycho-Linguistics
3
26
ENG 126
Discourse Analysis
3
27
ENG 127
English Romantic Poets-I
3
28
ENG 128
American Literature-I
3
29
ENG 129
English Romantic Poets-II
3
30
ENG 130
Victorian Literature
3
31
ENG 131
American Literature-II
3
32
ENG 132
Graeco-Roman classics in Translation
3
33
ENG 133
Modern Poetry
3
34
ENG 134
Modern European Drama
3
35
ENG 135
Modern Novel
3
36
ENG 136
Survey of South Asian Literature
3
37
ENG 137
Classical Literary Theory-I
3
38
ENG 138
Classical Literary Theory-II
3
39
ENG 139
Critical Theory
3
40
ENG 140
Research Methodology
3