The course aims to improve the students’ skills in various types of paragraph and composition writing that include explanation, comparison and contrast and cause and effect relationships.

American history and culture from colonial to contemporary period with reference to social, political, philosophical and scientific developments are given by means of a thorough study of the several issues for demonstration.

As an introduction to website localization, this course helps students for exploration of the available electronic resources and tools for translators and interpreters, and investigation of the online market of translation and interpreting.

The aim of the course is to introduce the changing attitudes in the American novel by explaining the changes in the American cultural background and the changes in the novel techniques. This course surveys the literary, cultural, philosophical, religious, social and economic dimensions of the Pre-colonial, Revolutionary, Romantic, and early nineteenth century periods through a chronological study of major authors and their writing in American literature. 

British plays written between Elizabethan and modern time and their critical awareness of drama. The aim of the course is to introduce students to the crucial developments of British drama with special emphasis on the analysis of William Shakespear’s plays.

Students will read and discuss works by canonical and subcanonical authors and innovators of the novel and the development of the British novel from the early 20th century to the 1900s is studied through the appreciation of novels by major British novelists in the light of the social, political, scientific and philosophical developments of the period.