English and American Studies BA
Faculty of Humanities
University of Pannonia
The program is good choice for students interested in the history, civilization and culture of English-speaking countries as well as the scientific investigation of the different areas - pronunciation, sentence structure, language varieties, language policy - of the English language.
Students can choose a specialization in English-speaking Literatures and Cultures / International Communication in Business and Public Administration
Introduction to Language Studies; Classification of Sciences and Library Studies; History of Philosophy; Written Communication 1; Spoken Communication 1; Introduction to Linguistics lect.; Introduction to Linguistics sem.; Pronunciation Practice; British Culture and Civilization; American Culture and Civilization
The Fundamentals of Communication; Introduction to Literary Studies; Written communication 2; Spoken communication 2; Cultural Issues of the Post-Millennium; A Survey of Literary Theory lect.; A Survey of Literary Theory sem.; English Linguistics 1 Phonetics sem.
Written communication 3; Spoken communication 3; History of English Literature 1 sem.; History of American Literature 1 sem.; History of Britain 1. lect.; Elective courses
Written communication 4; Spoken communication 4; History of English Literature 2 lect.; History of the Britain 2. lect.; History of the US lect.; Major paper; Elective courses.
Gender, Culture, Literature; Applied Linguistics 1. Introduction; History of the US 2. lect.; Dissertation Seminar I; Elective courses
American Culture 3 Present Day America through icons; English Linguistics 3. Phrasal Syntax; Dissertation Seminar II; Elective courses.
You can find a job with your degree
Upon completion of this program, students can go on to work in the following areas:
· Foreign language services, translation and interpretation
· Media, journalism
· International organizations
· Government, municipalities
· Multinational companies
· Culture, arts, creative businesses
Interested in the details? Find out more on the faculty's webpage!
- High-school leaving certificate
- Score 40 or higher on internet-based TOEFL or equivalent on other TOEFL exams, or band 4.5 or higher on IELTS (B2 level English skills)
- Admissions interview (personally or via Skype)