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BAEnglish and American Studies

Tuition fee $5,500.00 per year
Application fee $150.00 one-time
Deposit $350.00 one-time

Overview

The aim of the program is to enable students to obtain proficiency in the English language, acquire critical and analytical skills developed through the study of the English Language, English Literature as well as the social, cultural and political history of the English-speaking world, and provide a broad educational experience, making it possible for graduates to choose from a wide range of career opportunities including teaching, the media, the tourist industry, diplomacy, business and administration.Literatures in English as well as the social, cultural and political history of the English-speaking world, and to provide a broad educational experience, making it possible for graduates to choose from a wide range of career opportunities including teaching, the media, the tourist industry, diplomacy, business and administration.

Programme structure

1. Foundation courses 10 credits
- society and civilization, communication, information technology, basic theoretical subjects;

2.a. Professional Core Modules 33 credits
- introduction to English linguistic studies: skills development (speaking, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, composition, essay writing; basics of linguistics, literary theory, culture, history and civilization;

2.b. Courses conveying specialized knowledge 73 credits
- grammar, language theory, language history, applied linguistics; English-language literatures; history of English-speaking peoples;
2.b.2. Core modules + stream modules (English Studies orientation OR North American Studies stream): 23 + 50 credits
- Those choosing a track within the English orientation are required to fulfill 5 subjects of the track of their choice; 4 more subjects can be chosen from either of the English Studies orientation tracks (British Literature and Culture or Linguistics and Communication Track) or from the North American Stream.
2.b.3. Diploma thesis: 4 credits

2.c. Differentiated academic subjects (specialization): 50 credits
- Information and Communication Design and Technology specialization is available for foreign students who do not speak Hungarian.

3. Optional module 10 credits

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Application deadline
May 31, 2019 23:59
Europe/Budapest time

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States