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  • Mission and Learning Outcomes

    Program Mission

    The BA program in English aims to graduate students who meet the national and regional needs for bilingual human resources in a variety of professions. It is designed to graduate students who possess the intellectual and academic knowledge and practical skills that prepare them for their future careers and the challenges of a fast changing world.

    Program Objectives

    The program aims at:

    1. Providing graduates with the skills required for mastering the English language as a means of communication, by offering courses in listening, speaking, reading and writing, from both practical and academic perspectives;
    2. Offering language programs tailored to students’ needs and market demand;
    3. Developing students’ ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems often encountered by learners of English as a foreign language;
    4. Preparing students for teaching English at different school levels through equipping them with requisite pedagogical awareness and well-informed classroom practices;
    5. Enhancing students’ linguistic, practical, and professional understanding of the nature of the translation process and its diverse fields;
    6. Promoting students’ innovation and productivity through appropriate academic guidance;
    7. Capitalizing on students’ ability to functionalize modern technological approaches and applications in developing personal capabilities and research methods for life-long learning; and
    8. Familiarizing students with the linguistic and literary communication resources for accomplishing different social, affective and cognitive actions and interactions.
  • Curriculum

    General Education 33 credit hours
    College Requirements 33 credit hours
    Major Requirements 30 credit hours
    Open Electives 9 credit hours
    Major Electives -
    Internship Option  15 credit hours
    Practicum Option 15 credit hours

     

    General Education Requirements 33 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    ARL 100 (A) Communication Skills in Arabic I (A) No Prerequisite 3
    ARL 100 (E) Communication Skills in Arabic I (E) No Prerequisite 3
    ARL 105 (A) Communication Skills in Arabic II (A) ARL 100 (A) 3
    ARL 105 (E) Communication Skills in Arabic II (E) ARL 100 (E) 3
    CRT 301 Critical Thinking UNS 102 + ENG 200 2
    ENG 100 English I No Prerequisite 3
    ENG 200 English II ENG 100 "C" grade+ UNS102 3
    ISL 100 (A) Islamic Culture (A) No Prerequisite 3
    ISL 100 (E) Islamic Culture (E) No Prerequisite 3
    ITE 100 Introduction to Information Technology Applications No Prerequisite 3
    NSC 201 Natural Sciences No Prerequisite 3
    PHI 300 Professional Ethics ENG 200 3
    PSY 201 General Psychology UNS 102 + ENG 100 3
    SOC 201 UAE and GCC Society UNS 102 + ENG 100 3
    UNS 102 University Study Skills No Prerequisite 1

     

    College Requirements 33 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    ENG 204 Situational Conversation ENG 200 3
    ENG 205 Critical Reading Skills ENG 200 3
    ENG 206 English Grammar ENG 200 3
    ENG 209 English Composition I ENG 200 3
    ENG 303 Introduction to the Study of Language ENG 206 3
    ENG 306 Writing 2 ENG 209 3
    ENG 307 English Phonetics and Phonology ENG 204 3
    ENG 310 Debate and Discussion ENG 204 3
    ENG 401 Discourse Analysis ENG 303 3
    LIT 301 Introduction to English Literature ENG 209 3
    LIT 302 Readings in Contemporary English Literature LIT 301 3

     

    Major Requirements 30 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    Compulsory Courses 30 Credit Hours
    TFL 302 Educational Linguistics ENG 303 3
    TFL 304 Methods of Teaching 1 ENG 303 3
    TFL 306 Curriculum and Material Development No Prerequisite 3
    TFL 401 Methods of Teaching 2 TFL 304 3
    TRA 301 Introduction to Translation ENG 206 3
    TRA 302 Issues in Translating English Texts TRA 301 3
    TRA 304 Issues in Translating Arabic Texts TRA 301 3
    TRA 307 Media Translation TRA 301 3
    LIT 406 Survey of British Literature LIT 301 3
    LIT 408 Survey of American Literature LIT 301 3

     

    Open Electives 9 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    OE 1 Open Elective I - 3
    OE 2 Open Elective II - 3
    OE 3 Open Elective III - 3

    A student can choose one of the following combinations to satisfy Open Requirements:

    1. Minor (appears on transcript).
    2. 3 courses (9 credit hours) from the English Major Electives and 3 Free Elective courses (9 credit hours).
    English Major Electives
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    ENG 402 Contrastive Analysis ENG 303 & ENG 307 3
    ENG 403 Language and Society ENG 303 3
    ENG 405  Advanced Writing ENG 305 3
    ENG 407 Morphology of English ENG 303 3
    ENG 409 Syntax of English ENG 303 3
    ENG 411 Lexical Semantics ENG 303 3
    ENG 413 Pragmatics ENG 303 3
    ENG 417 History of English ENG 303 3
    LIT 410 World Literature in Translation LIT 301 3
    LIT 412 Major Author LIT 301 3
    LIT 414 Literary Genre LIT 301 3
    LIT 416 Topic in Literature LIT 301 3
    TFL 402 Error Analysis and Material Design ENG 302 3
    TFL 404 Psychology of Language Learning PSY 201 3
    TRA 401 Issues in Technical/Genre Translation TRA 302 + TRA 304 3
    TRA 402 Principles of Translation Quality Assessment TRA 401 3
    TRA 403 Theory of Translation and Professional Issues TRA 302 + TRA 304 3
    TRA 404 Introduction to Interpreting TRA 302 + TRA 304 3

     

    Internship Option 15 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    ENG 399 Internship/Capstone Course/Project in English 96 Credit Hours 3
    ME1 Major Elective I - 3
    ME2 Major Elective II - 3
    ME3 Major Elective III - 3
    ME4 Major Elective IV - 3

     

    Practicum Option 15 Credit Hours
    Course Code Course Title Prerequisite(s) Credit Hours
    ENG 399-PR Practicum 108 Credit Hours 6
    ME1 Major Elective I - 3
    ME2 Major Elective II - 3
    ME3 Major Elective III - 3
  • Fees and Scholarships

    UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND FEE RATES
    Academic Year 2017-2018

    TUITION STRUCTUREAED Per Credit Hour for College/Department Requirement
    Arts & Sciences AED 1,440
    Business AED 1,620
    Engineering AED 1,780
    Other Engineering Programs (BSc in Aviation and BSc in Civil Engineering) AED 1,890
    Law AED 1,440
    University College AED 1,440
    FeesAED
    Admission Application Fee (Non-refundable) AED 300
    Registration Fee (Non-refundable; Paid once upon admission) AED 2,850
    Fall/Spring Winter/Summer
    Late Registration/Payment 500 500
    Student Services 350 175
    Healthcare Services 120 60
    Transportation - Door to Door (Optional) 3,700 1,850
    Transportation - Drop-Off Point (Optional) 2,400 1,200
    Institutional TOEFL+ Writeplacer (Optional) 585
    IELTS Exam (Optional) 945
    Accommodation FeesAED
    Fall/Spring Winter/Summer
    Private 12,500 3,800
    Semi-private 9200 2800
    Double 6700 2000
    Double with Shared-bath 5400 1700

    Note:  Abu Dhabi University reserves the right to make changes affecting tuition and other fees during the fiscal year.



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