Undergraduate/B.A. Programmes

Duration: three years, full-time

These three undergraduate programmes of study have been selected and organized so as to correspond to some major directions of specialization and fields of interest in the students’ future careers:

 English Language and Literature

Undergraduate students may choose either to major or to minor in English. The subjects related to the study of the English culture, civilization, language and literature are taught in English both to English majors and minors. The subjects in the curriculum for the first year undergraduates majoring or minoring in English are: Culture, Civilization and Language/Text Practice, Language, Literature, Theory Practice and Language/Text. The same core courses in Language, Literature, Theory Practice and Language/Text are taught in the second and third year of undergraduate studies. In addition to these core courses, the third year undergraduate students are offered an optional course, and they are expected to choose either the language or the literature oriented course.

For curricula please click here (pages 1, 3, 4, 5, 6)
For course descriptions please click here (pages 33-45)

American Studies

Since 2004, besides the traditional approaches to the study of the English language and literature, the Department of English has offered a programme of American Studies. The programme focuses on American Cultural Studies, American English, American Literature, American History for first year students, offering the same core courses for second and third year students. Apart from these core courses, subjects include Introduction to Linguistics, Introduction to the Study of Literature, Comparative Literature, Theory Practice and Language/Text for the first year students, Political Institutions, Society and Communication, a Practical Course and a Special Course for the second and third year students.

For curricula please click here (page 9)
For course descriptions please click here (pages 45-63)

Translation and Interpreting

Highschool graduates with a good command of English, French and/or German may opt for the undergraduate programme of Translation and Interpreting Studies. Among the subjects taught are Terminology, Intercultural Communication, ESP Translations (law, economics, banking, medicine, etc.), Consecutive Interpreting, Simultaneous Interpreting, European Institutions, Computer Assisted Translation. Students also practise their translation and interpreting skills in translation agencies or offices, publishing houses, etc.

For curricula please click here (page 10)
For course descriptions click here (pages 63-81)

 

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