The MS in English-Applied Linguistics program envisages enhancing students’ understanding of issues in the field of Applied Linguistics. The program has been designed to meet the needs of emerging professionals for a) reading research critically; b) doing research; and c) sharing ideas/findings with peers and the wider academic community.
MS in English – Applied Linguistics is a 2-year program and has 30 credit hours. The course work comprises a total of eight 3-credit hour courses (4 Core and 4 Electives) to be completed over a period of one year; this is followed by a thesis bearing a 6 credit load. After successful completion of the course work, students are required to carry out a research study for the thesis under the guidance of a research supervisor selected by the students and approved by the institute. The student must convert the research thesis into a publishable paper as part of the degree requirement.
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