MPhil program is a 02-year rigorous program that is divided into two major portions, a taught portion and a research portion. During the MPhil English program, students are given opportunities to explore theoretical knowledge as well as establish a strong foundation or research. A Research thesis project is assigned under the supervision of a research supervisor—our M.Phil. English programs scrutinize a variety of challenges and problems related to language in contemporary society. Among these, the most prominent issues include second and foreign language education. The students are encouraged to work in the areas of corpus linguistics, bilingualism, and multilingualism, child language development, second language acquisition, sociolinguistics, cross-cultural pragmatics, discourse and conversational analysis, intercultural communication, language teaching, the effectiveness of A/V Aids in classroom teaching and learning, trends in post-modern literature, critical theories to be applied on text, neo-classicism, and translational studies.
The principal program objectives of the MPhil English program are
To meet the Program Objectives, the Department of English graduates such professional and competent language specialists who will be able to demonstrate the following measurable outcomes:
16 Years relevant education from HEC recognize institute with at least 2nd Division and GAT General (Cat-B, Arts & Humanities) with at least 50 % score
Ph.D. in English
For M.Phil English program NOC is granted by HEC Pakistan.
|Literary Theory||Critical Theory||Trends in Contemporary Linguistics (Core)|
|Discourse Analysis||Stylistics||Postcolonial Studies|
|Sociolinguistics||Women’s Writings||World Literature in English|
|Lexicology and Lexicography||Inter-cultural Studies||Semantics and Pragmatics|
|Comparative Literature and Translation Studies||Applied Linguistics||Systemic Functional Linguistics|
|Transformational Generative Linguistics||Educational Linguistics||New Trends in Contemporary Linguistics|
|Corpus Linguistics||Clinical and Neurolinguistics||Pakistani Literature in English|
|Postmodern American Literature||Postmodern Fiction|