College of Arts and Humanities  - Swansea University

Bachelor in English with Gender (3 year) - Grado en Lengua Inglesa y Género

College of Arts and Humanities - Swansea University
  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial
  • Precio:
    Annual tuition fees for entry in the academic year 2015/16 are as follows:
    UK/EU £9,000
    International £12,500
  • Comienzo:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Lugar:
    Swansea
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Condiciones:
    You may be eligible for funding to help support your study. To find out about scholarships, bursaries and other funding opportunities that are available please visit the University's scholarships and bursaries page.
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    BA English with Gender (3 year)

Presentación

This interdisciplinary programme examines the representation of gender in culture and society. Students consider how portrayals of gender reflect, challenge or perpetuate cultural values and ideologies.

The Department of English Language and Literature is ranked 7th in the UK within the recent Research Excellence Framework exercise (REF 2014), gaining a score of 100% for the social impact of its research activities.

Requisitos

All applicants receive individual consideration. Our preferred offers for UK applicants are BBB-BBC at A-level including a B in English Literature or the combined English Literature and Language A-level. However, flexible offers are made on review of the application form, after taking into consideration the subjects studied, predicted or achieved grades, reference and personal statement.

For candidates offering the International Baccalaureate, a typical offer would be 32-30 points. We ask for Welsh Baccalaureate plus BC at A-level. Access candidates should have 15 Distinctions and 18 Merits. Candidates studying for American qualifications should have a minimum of 550 in each part of the SAT reasoning and subject tests (or 1650 overall). We require a minimum IELT score of 6.0.

Programa

Year 2 (Level 5)
HE Level 5 Degree / HEDip
Students choose 120 credits from the following:

Compulsory Modules
Module Name
Exploring the Bloody Chamber: Medieval to Postmodern

Optional Modules
Literature in Time
Choose Minimum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

Module Name
Shakespeare in Context(s)
Medieval Encounters

AND
Literature in Place
Choose Minimum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

Module Name
No-Man´s Land: Literature of the Great War
Fragments of Union: The Cultural Making and Breaking of Britain

AND
Literature in Revolution
Choose Minimum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

Module Name
Revolution of the Word: Modernism
Revolution and Romanticism

AND
Additional Options
Choose Maximum Of 40 credits from the following Modules:

NOTE : All students must balance modules to select 60cr in each Teaching Block

Module Name
Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Theory and Practice
Psycholinguistics
Discourse Analysis
Corpora and Concordancing
Race and Ethnicity: American Perspectives
American Word/American Image
Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction
Debating Texts: Theory in Literature
Revolution of the Word: Modernism
Introduction to Writing Poetry
Introduction to Writing Fiction
Introduction to Writing Drama
No-Man´s Land: Literature of the Great War
Revolution and Romanticism
Fragments of Union: The Cultural Making and Breaking of Britain
Shakespeare in Context(s)
Studying Dialect
Medieval Encounters
Sociolinguistics

AND
COAH Electives
Choose Maximum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

Module Name
Profiad Gwaith
Crime Story: American Hard-Boiled Fiction and Film Noir
Race and Ethnicity: American Perspectives
Topics in American Studies II:
American Word/American Image
The Making of Transatlantic America
Re-Thinking the South: Southern Culture and History, 1865-1955
African America
Issues in American Politics
Paradox of Power: American Foreign Policy
John F. Kennedy and America
Languages for All - Welsh 1
Languages for All - Welsh 2
Languages for All - Welsh 3
Languages for All - Welsh 4
Sgiliau Iaith: Cadarnhau
Clasuron Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg
Llenyddiaeth Ddiweddar
Cymru a´i Sefydliadau
Gweithio mewn dwy iaith
Sgiliau Iaith: Ymarfer
Cymraeg Proffesiynol
Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction
Introduction to Writing Poetry
Introduction to Writing Fiction
Introduction to Writing Drama
The Golden Age of Iberia, 1450-1700
The History of the Mass Media in the United Kingdom
Digital War
Contemporary Wars and Conflicts
Fundamental Issues in Moral and Political Philosophy
Founders of Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant
War and Conflict in European Film (Modern Languages route)
European Fascisms
Languages for All - Arabic 1
Languages for All - Arabic 2
Languages for All - Arabic 3
Languages for All - Arabic 4
Catalan Language and Translation 2A
Catalan Language and Translation 2B
Languages for All - French 1
Ieithoedd i Bawb - Ffrangeg 1 (cyfrwng Cymraeg)
Languages for All - French 2
Ieithoedd i Bawb - Ffrangeg 2 (cyfrwng Cymraeg)
Languages for All - French 3
Languages for All - French 4
French Cinema Since World War II
Languages for All - German 1
Languages for All - German 2
Languages for All - German 3
Languages for All - German 4
Languages for All - Italian 1
Languages for All - Italian 2
Languages for All - Italian 3
Languages for All - Italian 4
Languages for All - Spanish 1
Ieithoedd i Bawb: Sbaeneg 1 cyfrwng Cymraeg
Languages for All - Spanish 2
Ieithoedd i Bawb: Sbaeneg 2 cyfrwng Cymraeg
Languages for All - Spanish 3
Languages for All - Spanish 4
Languages for All - Mandarin 1
Languages for All - Mandarin 2
Languages for All - Mandarin 3
Languages for All - Mandarin 4
Theorising the Media
Studying Digital Media
Public Relations Theory
Digital Public Relations Practice
The History of Screen Animation
Sgiliau Cyfryngau Ymarferol
Y Cyfryngau a Chymdeithas
Creu a Chyflwyno Testunau
Drama a Dogfen ar y sgrîn
Cyfathrebu Digidol
Theori Cysylltiadau Cyhoeddus
Anarchy and Order: Issues in World Politics
The State and Political Institutions
Global Political Economy: From Mercantilism to Neoliberalism
Globalisation
Elections and Voting
Latin American Politics through Film
Normative Models of Democracy: Contemporary Perspectives
Genocide
British Politics and Public Policy

Year 3 (Level 6)
HE Level 6 Degree / Honours
Students choose 120 credits from the following:

Compulsory Modules
Module Name
Power and Performance: 1590 - 1740
Revolution, Romanticism and Realism

Optional Modules
English Literature options
Choose Minimum Of 60 credits from the following Modules:

NOTE : Students must select 60 credits in each teaching block.

Module Name
First Language Acquisition
Second Language Acquisition
Issues in current ELT
Language in the Media
Contemporary American Fiction
African American Literature 1910-1940: The Harlem Renaissance
Uncanny places and cyberspaces: Gender and the fantastic
Discovering old English
Further Fiction Writing
Literature and the Metropolis: Representations of London Life 1900-1939
Neo-Victorian Fictions
Thomas Hardy
Creative Writing Personal Project
Further Dramatic Writing
Further Creative Non Fiction
Further Poetry Writing
Modern Irish Fiction in English
European Fiction and Drama 1850 - 1920
Dylan Thomas
Theorising Texts: Shakespeare, Shelley, Bronte, Joyce
Prehistory, History and Language
W.B. Yeats
The Erotics and Exotics of Romantic Orientalism
Wales: Singular noun, plural experience
Long Essay
The Masculine and Monstrous in the Middle Ages

AND
COAH Electives
Choose Maximum Of 20 credits from the following Modules:

Module Name
Power and Protest in American Political Culture
American Slavery: History and Culture, 1619-1865
America and the Bomb
The American Presidency: Leadership and Power
African American Literature 1910-1940: The Harlem Renaissance
The American Civil War in History and Memory
"A Hard Rain´s a-Gonna Fall": America in the 1960

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