Masters of Arts (M.A.) English
About the Programme
Master of English (M.A. English) is an English Literature postgraduate degree course. It is a two-year postgraduate program that deals with the worldwide study of English in Literature and Language. Curriculum from Chandigarh University for M.A. In distance learning, English equips students with analytical and critical thinking skills to create original insights into academic scholarly writing and debate. In English literary theory and approaches to composition and rhetoric, the program will encourage fundamental patterns and developments in literary principles through times, genres, and cultures.
A person with a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university is eligible for admission.
The minimum duration of the course in 2 years. There are 4 semesters.
It is a single program of specialization. The student must choose one specialization out of the two specializations offered at the beginning of the program.
- Specialization I – Postcolonial Theory and Literature
- Specialization II- World Literature
Fee Structure for BBA
The total fees for the odd semesters are INR 13700/-. The total fees for even semesters are INR 12200/-. The academic fees are INR 7950/- for both semesters. Registration fees are required for only odd semesters. The registration fees are INR 2500/-. Exam fees are required for all semesters and are INR 2000/-. The SLM Hard copy Charges are optional. The price of it is INR 1250/-.
Subject List for BBA
There are 6 subjects in all the semesters.
The list of subjects for the first semester is:
- Literary Criticism and Critical Approaches- I
- British Poetry Till 17th Century
- British Drama – I
- Early British Fiction
- English Language
- English Language Lab
The list of subjects for the second semester is as:
- Literary Criticism and Critical Approaches- II
- British Poetry of 19th and 20th Century
- British Drama – II (19th and 20thcentury)
- British Novel of 19th and 20th Century
- Indian Writing in English
- Research Methodology
The list of subjects for the third semester is as:
- Literary Theory – I
- Indian Writing in Translation
- Specialization – I
- Specialization – II
- Research Project/Paper
The list of subjects for the fourth semester is as:
- Literary Theory – II
- Dalit Literature
- Women’s Writing
- Specialization – III
- Specialization – IV
The list of subjects for elective are:
- Postcolonial Theory
- Postcolonial Drama
- Postcolonial Novel
- Postcolonial Poetry
- European Classical literature
- European Drama in Translation
- World Poetry/ Novel in Translation
- American Literature
The student must choose one specialization out of the two specializations offered at the beginning of the program.
Please note that the specialization can not be modified once it has been chosen.
A person with a Bachelor's degree from a recognized university is eligible for admission.