Structure and distribution of credits

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Distribution of the curriculum in ECTS credits by type of subject matters

Distribution of the curriculum in ECTS credits by type of subject matters
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Structure of the Degree

  • Module 1: BASIC TRAINING.
  • Module 2: ADVANCED MODERN LANGUAGE.
  • Module 3: INSTRUMENTAL ENGLISH AND TRANSLATION.
  • Module 4: ENGLISH LINGUISTICS.
  • Module 5: LITERATURE AND CULTURE OF ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES.
  • Module 6: DEGREE CONTEXTS, PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND BACHELOR'S DISSERTATION.

Time planning chart of the modules:

  • BASIC TRAINING (60 ECTS).

Basic Training (60 ECTS) is taught between the first and second year and, once it is completed, allows enrolling in other Bachelor's Degrees included in the Arts and Humanities Branch (currently, English Studies, History and Humanities). A second language (12 ECTS) must be offered to be developed in the core training in compliance with an Andalusian agreement.

  • CORE TRAINING (162 ECTS).

It is a requirement in the Andalusian Autonomous Region that the Bachelor's Degree in English Studies has the Advanced Modern Language modules (12 ECTS, in the same language as in Basic Training), Instrumental English and Translation, English Linguistics, and Literature and Culture in English Speaking Countries.

  • BACHELOR'S DEGREE CONTEXTS, PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND BACHELOR'S DISSERTATION (18 ECTS).

Overall, it composes a 18 ECTS cycle in which the elective subjects, the internships (or an alternative subject) and the bachelor's dissertation must be taken.

  • REMARKS ABOUT MODERN LANGUAGES.
Modern Languages
  • One of the languages offered by the degree programme (German or French) or any other language offered by the degrees of the Faculty of Humanities may be chosen.
    (The degree provides for that the achievement of the 24 ECTS cycle comprising the subjects MODERN LANGUAGE and ADVANCED MODERN LANGUAGE allows to reach a maximum instrumental command equivalent to B2+ of the European Framework).

  • Students must take the full language throughout the four years, taking into account that such language can be:

  • German: German I, German II, German III and German IV.
    Arabic: Arabic I, Arabic II, Arabic III and Arabic IV.
    French: French I, French II, French III and French IV.

  • Although students want to take more than one language, it is suggested that they should choose the same language both semesters, due to language subjects have prerequisites.
  • OTHER REMARKS ABOUT COMPULSORY AND ELECTIVE SUBJECTS.
Compulsory 3rd year
Compulsory Subjects
3rd year students must take one of the two following compulsory subjects:
  • Classical Tradition in English Literature: Gender Reception or
  • Classical Tradition in English Literature: Theatre Reception.
Students must also take one of the two following compulsory subjects:
  • Greek for English Studies or
  • Latin for English Studies
Elective 4th year
Elective Subjects
4th year students must take 6 elective credits and may choose between the two elective subjects offered:
  • Interculturality Policies in English Speaking Countries or
  • Society and Globalisation in English Speaking Countries.

 

Information of Interest

  • Guide