English Language and Literature - Double-subject

The Curriculum
  • In order to be allowed to sit for the Master's final state exam (AJ29999), a student who finishes their studies as a major (diploma) subject must fulfil the following requirements:
    • Pass Cultural and Literary Theory I and II (AJ20001 and AJ20002) and finish them with exams.
    • Pass Historical Development of English (AJ20003) and finish it with an exam.
    • Pass the Exam in English Language (AJ21110 + AJ21120) in the course of the studies or have obtained any of the following:
      • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (Grade A or B), or
      • IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with grade 8 or higher, or
      • 75 or more points on the English proficiency exam as a part of the BA exam at the Department of English and American Studies, FF MU and pass English Language Oral Proficiency Exam (AJ11020) with the mark A, B or C.
    • Pass three courses within the selected track and finish them with exams.
    • Gain 15 more credits at the English Department.
    • Pass Master's Thesis Seminars I and II (AJ29800 and AJ29801, total 20 credits).
    • Write and defend a Master's Major (Diploma) Thesis (AJ29850).
      The process of writing an M.A. major thesis usually lasts at least three semesters: in the first semester, students prepare for writing and submit assignments in the electronic Thesis Seminar I (AJ29800), in the second semester, they write the thesis and gain credits for that in the Thesis Seminar II (AJ29801), and in the third semester, they finish and submit the thesis.
  • In order to be allowed to sit for the Master's final state exam (AJ29999), a student who finishes their studies as a minor (non-diploma) must fulfill the following requirements:

    • Pass Cultural and Literary Theory I and II (AJ20001 and AJ20002) and finish them with exams.
    • Pass Historical Development of English (AJ20003) and finish it with an exam.
    • Pass the Exam in English Language (AJ21110 + AJ21120) during the course of studies or have obtained any of these:
      • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, or
      • IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with grade 8 or higher, or
      • 75 or more points on the English proficiency exam as a part of the BA exam at the Department of English and American Studies, FF MU and pass the English Language Oral Proficiency Exam (AJ11020) with the mark A, B or C.
    • Pass three courses within the selected track and finish them with exams.
    • Gain 15 more credits at the English Department.