Riphah Institute of Language and Literature has launched a four years Undergraduate programme that is to commence in the Fall 2017. The department seeks young aspirant learners, regardless of any background. Students who are willing to work hard and desire to explore literature are encouraged to apply here.

Why Study English?
English has always been one of the most rewarding degree subjects all around the world. It provides means to study challenging and diverse range of literature written in English, including poems, fiction, plays and essays. Students will find exciting information about the writings of particular authors, movements, and periods in great detail and develop their interests in English literature and language. This kind of study helps students appreciate the cultural history of England and other countries in which English has been a major literary medium. An English degree will equip you with analytical and writing skills that are readily transferable into many other situations and many professions Students who choose to take this degree at university have better job opportunities on national and international forums.

Why Riphah Institute of Language and Literature
We believe that Riphah is one of the leading institutions that is presently offering best  English course in the country. The department has received an excellent feedback for its MPhil Programme. We are sure that BS. Hons would equally provide best results and academic services to its students. Riphah Institute of Language and Literature has a well-equipped library and IT facilities. We have best English faculty, some foreign qualified teachers and researchers at the department, who provide a close attention and better direction to their students. Our faculty members enable students with a wide and deep knowledge of English literature and language. This lends a unique appeal to Riphah Institute of English Language and Literature.

Course Facts

Study Level Study Mode Course Length Credit Hours Intake Class Timings
1st Semester Fees
Undergraduate
Full Time 4 Years( 8 Semester) 131 Fall and Spring 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Week days 68,900

Entry To BS English ( Literature & Linguistics)

Eligibilty
Seats  
Selection Criteria
Scholorships Age Limit
Start Date
Application Deadline

Students with 45% marks in their

intermediate examinations are
eligible to apply.

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Qualification: 60%

Interview: 40%
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Program Structure

SEMESTER–I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

GC-101

Mechanics of writing I

3

ENG -101

Introduction to English Literature

3

ENG-102

History of English Literature(From Medieval era to Restoration Period)

3

ENG – 103

Introduction to Linguistics

3

UR-150

Islamic Ethical Principles and Contemporary Issues (Islamic Studies)

2

GC-102

Study skills

2

GC-103

 

Introduction to I.T skills

2

 

Total

18

SEMESTER–II

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

UR-250

Pakistan Studies (Compulsory.)

2

GC-105

 

Communication and Presentation Skills

3

GC-106

 

Introduction to Statistics

3

GC-107

 

Academic Writing

3

ENG – 104

 

Phonetics and Phonology

3

GC-108

Minor  (/Sociology//Economics, Social Work, Urdu  )

3

 

 

Total

17

 

 

 

2nd year

SEMESTER–III

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

GC-209

Introduction to Philosophy (optional)

3

GC-210

Introduction to Psychology (optional)

 

ENG-205

Classical Poetry (from Chaucer to Pope)

3

ENG-206

Second Language Acquisition

3

ENG – 207

Morphology and Syntax

3

 

 

 

UR-251

Intro to Basic Teachings of the Quran

 

2

 

Total

14

 

 

SEMESTER–IV

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ENG-208

Fiction (1700-1900)

3

ENG-209

Romantic Poetry

3

ENG-210

Classical Drama

3

ENG-211

English Prose

3

ENG-212

History of English Literature from 1800 Century to Modern Times

3

ENG 213

Semantics and Pragmatics

 

Total

3

 

18

 

3rd Year

SEMESTER–V

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ENG-314

Pakistani Literature in English

3

ENG-315

Modern Fiction

3

ENG-316

Literary Criticism I ( Aristotle to Elliot)

3

ENG-317

Sociolinguistics

3

UR- 352

Introduction to Hadith and Seerah

2

 

Total

14