Under Graduate Study  
 
 
 
  Department of English
 
       
       
 
Introduction  
       
    The curriculum of English at Asia Euro University is intended to aid students in developing methods for critical interpretation, to acquaint students with representative works in important periods of English literature, and to introduce students to the main literary genres.

The curriculum is divided into two – the Associate program, a two-year course and Bachelor program, a four-year course. Both degrees are designed to meet the demand from public and voluntary sectors requiring professionals with skills in English. They are professionally recognized and vocationally focused, and offered practical learning experiences for all students. There are many opportunities for graduates of the both degrees in the fields of communication, teaching, translating, tourism, hospitality and business administration, particularly where English proficiency is required.

The B.Ed is studied a four-year period. All students take part in the university’s Foundation Year program which acquires the general knowledge and basic ethical principles necessary for further university study. The students in this course complete common courses throughout Years II and III before specializing in their specific area of English studies and skills in Year IV.

The Associate program is studied a two-year period. All students take part in the university’s Year I and Year II, semester I program which acquires the general knowledge and ethical principles necessary for further university study. The students in this course complete common courses throughout Year I and Year II, semester I before specializing in their specific area of English studies and skills in Year II, semester II.

Moreover, a degree in English gives students many skills most highly valued in today’s job market: oral and written communication skills, critical thinking skills, research skills, and organizational skills. Also, our pedagogical practices emphasize and promote teamwork and the development of interpersonal skills.
 
       
 
 
         
 
 
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