Bachelor of Arts in Language and Literature (Double Major)

Students who have a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English are not only developed as individuals, they are also well prepared for many careers. They have a well-rounded liberal arts background and the critical and analytical skills that employer’s value. They are flexible, adaptable, and can communicate well, both orally and in writing.

Adding courses in another discipline enhances the career opportunities of students with English major. Courses in foreign languages, business, computing, and graphic design make these students even more attractive to potential employers.

Year 1 Semester 1

Credits

LLC101 English for Academic Purposes* 3
LLC121 Introduction to Literary Genres 3
2nd Major 3
CSA101 Computing Fundamentals/ ITC101 Computer Platforms 3
ITK111 Spoken Fijian (Itaukei Language) for Beginners/ HIC111 Spoken Hindi for Beginners 2

Year 2 Semester 1

Credits

LLC211 The Structure of Language 4
LLC221 Short Fiction and Literary Appreciation 4
2nd Major 4
UUU200 Contemporary Fiji* 4

Year 3 Semester 1

Credits

LLC321 Poetry and Creative Writing 4
2nd Major 4
2nd Major 4
UUU300 Governance and Ethics* 4

Year 1 Semester 2

Credits

LLC111 Introduction to Linguistics 3
LLC122 Writing Fiji in the South Pacific 3
2nd Major 3
UUU100 Social Research 3
LLC101 English for Academic Purposes* 3

Year 2 Semester 2

Credits

LLC222 Introduction to Women’s Writing/ Sociolinguistics 4
2nd Major 4
2nd Major 4
UUU200 Contemporary Fiji* 4

Year 3 Semester 2

Credits

LLC322 An Introduction to Postcolonial Writing: Theory and Text 4
OPTION 4
2nd Major 4
UUU300 Governance and Ethics* 4

Note: LLC101, UUU200 and UUU300 are offered in both semesters. Students are required to enrol in the two courses either in Semester 1 or Semester 2.