MA In English

MA in English

The M.A. English courses offer students insight into literature, language, culture, and history. Besides studying required core courses that reflect the nature of the discipline, students will have the flexibility of selecting courses from different areas such as language, literature, rhetoric and humanities.

While retaining the fundamental philosophy of humanities education—the cultivation of humanistic values and critical thinking—this syllabus aims at developing students‘ creative, critical, and communicative skills that they need in their academic and professional life. Focus on writing, intensive study of literary genres, emphasis on interpretive and cultural theories, and the incorporation of interdisciplinary and comparative study are some of the underlying features of the courses. The syllabus requires a participatory and inquiry-based pedagogy for effective teaching and learning.

First Semester

First Semester    15 Credit Hours   
ENG 201:  Micro Economics 3 Credit Hours
MGT 201:  English – I 3 Credit Hours
ECO 201:  Principles of Management 3 Credit Hours
MTH 201: Business Mathematics – I` 3 Credit Hours
ITC 201: Computer System and IT Applications 3 Credit Hours

Second Semester

Second Semester      15 Credit Hours
ENG 202: English –II 3 Credit Hours
MGT 202: Human Resource Management 3 Credit Hours
ECO 202: Macro Economics 3 Credit Hours
MTH 202: Business Mathematics – II 3 Credit Hours
UC 202: Introductory Database 3 Credit Hours

Third Semester

Third Semester   15 Credit Hours
ENG 203: Business Communications 3 Credit Hours
STT 201: Financial Accounting 3 Credit Hours
ACC 201: Statistics 3 Credit Hours
FIN 201: Business Finance 3 Credit Hours
ITC 203: Management Information System 3 Credit Hours

Fourth Semester

Fourth Semester      15 Credit Hours    
MGT 204: Business Law 3 Credit Hours
PSY 201: Psychology 3 Credit Hours
MTT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing 3 Credit Hours
MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal 3 Credit Hours
ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting 3 Credit Hours

 

The syllabus reflects the current trends in English Studies that have radically expanded the scope of the discipline. Taking into account the curriculum models adopted in many universities across the world, it recognizes
and draws upon multiple traditions, communities, and literatures. The syllabus, therefore, comprises of a productive mix of canonical and non-canonical texts, traditionally-recognized literary and semi-literary genres,
and expressive artifacts from multiple cultural traditions. The goal is to enable students to read, interpret and critique texts in a wide range of modes, genres and media.

The syllabus, hence, envisions the following general objectives:

  • to realign the canons and methods,
  • to stress interrelationship among literary criticism, theory and cultural studies,
  • to foster critical and creative thinking,
  • to promote research in the humanities,
  • to give exposure to a wide range of global literary texts, and
  • to introduce area studies.