Students taking the BA (HSS) can include Third Year English Literature courses as part of their degree.
Students who have taken
English Literature 1 OR Scottish Literature 1
English Literature 2 OR Scottish Literature 2
as part of their BA degree may apply to take Third Year English Literature courses.
Only an overall mark of 50% at the first attempt will guarantee entry to English or Scottish Literature 3. Students must also gain a pass in the degree exams.
Application is made near the end of Semester 2 of your Second Year. Students should attend the Honours Briefing which will be advertised in the Second Year lecture timetable.
An application form will be available at this briefing or from the English Literature office.
Students are required to take 60 credits made up of
ONE OPTION course in each semester (ALL option courses have a one-hour autonomous learning session per week in addition to the 2-hour seminar), PLUS any two critical practice courses.
|Option course||Semester One||20 credits|
|EITHER Critical Practice: Criticism OR Critical Practice: Poetry||10 credits|
|Option course||Semester Two||20 credits|
|EITHER Critical Practice: Prose OR Critical Practice: Performance||10 credits|
|= 60 credits|
The remaining 60 credits taken in Third Year will be made up of courses other than English Literature, to be chosen with the advice of your Director of Studies and according to the regulations for the degree of BA (HSS).
This article was published on Mar 19, 2012