Inspired by the mission of the Faculty of Arts, the Department of English provides maximum opportunities for learning, addresses new challenges and responsibilities in a demanding environment where quality is paramount, enables the personal development of individuals, and develops the mental and intellectual potential of students by promoting critical thinking and sustainable learning for life and professional experience. This is achieved through providing a relaxed atmosphere in which a liberal education offers diversity within the realms of personal goals, aspirations and individuality.
Encouraging personal growth through research, attending conferences, conducting research projects.
Supervising academic theses according to the Department's research plan and policies based upon the job-market needs.
Encouraging interdisciplinary studies and research.
Providing students with state-of-the-art workshops, training courses and knowledge.
Encouraging students to think analytically and critically.
Providing students with a warm, interactive and active environment which motivates students to seek self-development and self-improvement.
Encouraging students to participate in recreational and cultural activities.
Preparing graduates capable of coping with the challenges of a constantly changing job-market.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credits||Hours Distribution||Course Type|
|ENGL223||Introduction to Poetry||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||MD|
|ENGL225||Introduction to Drama||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||MD|
|ENGL229||Introduction to Fiction||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||MD|
|ENGL325||Translation into Arabic||2||(2Crs:1Lec + 2Practical)||ED|
|ENGL222||Drama from the Beginning till the 18th Century||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL224||English Civilization (16th to 20th Century)||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL226||Poetry (16th to 18th Century)||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL321||English Novel (18th & 19th Century)||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL323||Introduction to Linguistics||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL327||English in the Media||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL331||Reading Language Varieties||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL335||Contemporary American Poetry||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL322||Romantic, Victorian & Modern Poetry||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL324||Syntax and Morphology||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL328||Translation into English||2||(2Crs:1Lec + 2Practical)||ED|
|ENGL332||Phonetics and Phonology||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL334||Seminar for English Majors||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL336||History of the English Language||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL425||Contemporary World Fiction||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL431||Introduction to Comparative Literature||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL433||Literature and Culture||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL422||Century Novel 20||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL426||Semantics & Discourse Analysis||3||(3Crs:3Lec)||MD|
|ENGL428||Introduction to Contemporary Critical Theory||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL430||Methods of Teaching||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL432||Corpus and Text Linguistics||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|
|ENGL434||Critical Discourse Analysis||2||(2Crs:2Lec)||ED|