ICBS Faculty

Department of English

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BS is an integrate degree program including both English Language and Literature courses. The diversity of the program is further enhanced by the addition of a wide range of courses from other discipline, e.g., Social Sciences, Business and commerce. Social Sciences are the backbone of development in social and economic terms. Extending over eight semesters or four year, the aim of this program is to provide students with strong foundational but-in-dept knowledge of English Language and Literature on the one hand, and to develop their communicative skills on the other. The coursework comprises 129 credit hours. The last two semesters provide the students an opportunity to major in English Language or English Literature by devoting their studies entirely to either of these disciplines, and write a thesis (3 credits) on a corresponding topic.
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Mission Statement

This department is committed to providing an ideal environment of learning and research through its highly qualified and experienced faculty, state of the art research facilities and creative activities couples with collaborative engagement involving local as well as global communities. Considering the increasingly interconnectedness of the contemporary world, the department seeks to educate students to become communicatively competent and well informed global citizen with proficiency in languages and critical insights into the world culture to gain and disseminate new modes of knowledge have always been the hallmarks of this department. Our vision, in broader terms, is to produce a generation of graduates willing to and capable of contributing to global peace, prosperity and progress, of course, with their applied communicative cognitive, critical, cultural, social and creative skills.

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Admission Criteria

ICBS entry test with qualifying marks 50%.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO: 01

To provide in-depth understanding and education of civil engineering by incorporating analysis, design, construction and management of engineering problems.

PEO: 02

To impart ethics and concepts of sustainable development

PEO: 03

To enhance student skills through effective communication and teamwork

Program Offered

BS English

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SCHEME OF STUDIES

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Year 1

Semester -I

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CC/Eng-101 Language in Use 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-101 Introduction to Literature-I (History of English Literature) 3(3+0)
CC/Isl-101 / CC/Phil-101 Islamic Studies  / Ethics (For Non-Muslims) 2(2+0)
EC/Pol.Sc-101 Introduction to Human Rights 3(3+0)
Min/Psy-101 Min/MC-101 Min/Pol.Sc-101 Min/GDS-101 Elements of Psychology-I Introduction to Communication and Journalism Introduction to Political Science Introduction to Gender Studies-I (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
Min/Phil-101 Min/Ger-101 Min/Fre-101 Min/Eco-101 Min/Hist-101   Pre-Socratic Thought German-I (General) French Language-I Micro Economics History of Pakistan Movement (1857-1924)  (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 17
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Year 1

Semester -II

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CC/Eng-102 Academic Reading and Writing 3(3+0)
CC/PS-101 Pakistan Studies 2(2+0)
Maj/Eng-102 Introduction to Literature-II (Poetry & Drama) 3(3+0)
CC/Math-101 Compulsory Mathematics 3(3+0)
Min/Psy-102 Min/MC-102 Min/Pol.Sc-102 Min/GDS-102   Elements of Psychology-II Introduction to News Writing Techniques Fundamentals of Political Science Introduction to Gender Studies-II (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
Min/Phil-102 Min/Ger-102 Min/Fre-102 Min/Eco-102 Min/Hist-102   Pre-Major Greek Philosophers German-II (General) French Language-II Macro Economics History of Pakistan Movement (1924-1947) (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 17
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Year 2

Semester -III

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CC/Eng-201 Communication Skills 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-201 Introduction to Literature-III (Fiction) 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-201 Introduction to Linguistics-I 3(3+0)
EC/Psy-201 Fundamental Psychology 3(3+0)
Min/Psy-201 Min/Eco-201 Min/Hist-201 Min/MC-201 Min/Pol.Sc-201 Min/Phil-201 Min/Ger-201 Min/Fre-201 Min/GDS-201 Psychology of Adjustment Mathematical Economics History of Pakistan 1947-1969 Introduction to Electronic Media Comparative Constitutions: Developed Classical Muslim Philosophy-I German-III (General) French Language-III Contemporary Gender Issues (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 2

Semester -IV

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CC/Eng-202 Advanced Academic Reading and Writing 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-203 Introduction to Literature-IV(Prose) 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-204 Introduction to Linguistics-II 3(3+0)
CC/CS-201 Computer Application 3(3+0)
Min/Psy-202 Min/Eco-202 Min/Hist-202 Min/MC-202 Min/Pol.Sc-202 Min/Phil-202 Min/Ger-202 Min/Fre-202 Min/GDS-202 Psychology Minor Economics of Pakistan History of Pakistan 1969-1997 Media and Information Literacy Comparative Constitutions: Developing-II Classical Muslim Philosophy-II German-IV (General) French Language-IV Gender and Socio Cultural Issues (Choose Any One) 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 3

Semester -V

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
Maj/Eng-301 Literary Criticism-I 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-302 Introduction to Linguistics-III: Phonetics & English Phonology 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-303 Poetry 14th to 18th Century 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-304 Novel 18th to 19th Century 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-305 Introduction to Research Methodology 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 3

Semester -VI

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
Maj/Eng-306 Literary Movements (20th Century) 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-307 Literary Criticism-II 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-308 Classics in Drama 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-309 World Literature in English 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-310 Romantic Poetry 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-311 English Language Teaching (E.L.T) 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 4

Semester -VII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
Maj/Eng-401 American Literature-I (Poetry & Novel) 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-402 Psycholinguistics 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-403 Sociolinguistics 3(3+0)
EC/Eng-404 Continental Drama 3(3+0)
EC/Eng-405 Afro-American Literature 3(3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 4

Semester -VIII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
Maj/Eng-407 American Literature-II (Drama) 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-408 Introduction to Literature-IV: The Structure of English 3(3+0)
EC/Eng-409 Modern Poetry 3(3+0)
EC/Eng-410 Modern Novel 3(3+0)
Maj/Eng-406 Research Project/Internship Report 6
  Total Credits 18

Total Hours: 17+17+15+15+15+18+15+18=130 CR

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