Resolution Of 2 March 2015, Of The University Of Salamanca, Which Published The Curriculum Of Master In Advanced English Studies: Languages And Cultures In Contact (Joint Master Of The Universities Of Salamanca And Valladolid).

Original Language Title: Resolución de 2 de marzo de 2015, de la Universidad de Salamanca, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Estudios Ingleses Avanzados: Lenguas y Culturas en contacto (Máster conjunto de las universidades de Salamanca y de Valladolid).

Read the untranslated law here: http://www.boe.es/buscar/doc.php?id=BOE-A-2015-2930

Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, following a positive report from the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, and agreed to the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of 21 February 2014 (published in the Official Gazette of 11 March, by resolution of the General Secretariat of universities from February 28, 2014) , This Rectorate resolved to publish the curriculum leading to the degree of Master in advanced English studies: languages and cultures in contact (joint Master of the University of Salamanca and the University of Valladolid), in the branch of knowledge of Arts and humanities.

Salamanca, March 2, 2015.-El Rector, Daniel Hernández Ruipérez.

Plan of studies for Master's degree in advanced English studies: languages and cultures in contact (whole University Master of the University of Salamanca and the University of Valladolid) branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities code qualification: 4314365 type of material required (Ob) 3 electives (Op) 45 external practices mandatory (PE) - end work of Master 12 credits total credits 60 route subject type credits CTS route A : Linguistics and English language.





Corpus Linguistics and its Applications.





OP 6 Discourse Analysis in English.





OP 6 Phonology, Dialects and Discourse.





OP 6 Comparative Approaches to English Grammar.





OP 6 Metacognitive Approaches to Discourse Semantics.





OP 6 Pragmatics and its Cross Cultural Perspective.





OP 6 Research on Languages in Contact: the importance of Linguistic Data.





OP 6 Methodological and research resources for English Language teaching.





OP 3 Syllabus Design, Production and Evaluation of Methodological Material.





OP 3 practices of language and culture in the English language.





OP 3 route B: literature and culture: modernity and Postmodernity: discourses and cultures in contact.





Transitions between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.





OP 3 The Age of Shakespeare and Cervantes.





OP 6 The Rise and Development of the Novel.





OP 3 The Romantic Imagination.





OP 6 Gender in Postmodernist Literary Discourse.





OP 3 American Poetry and Poetics.





6 op Postmodernist Aesthetics.





OP 3 The Literary Impact of the Spanish Civil War: Writers Take Sides.





OP 6 Representations of Spain in British and American Literature.





OP 3 Trans-Nations in American Literature and Culture.





OP 3 Migration and Space in American Culture.





OP 3 Metafiction in Literature and Film.





OP 3 Theater on the Margins: Race, Gender and Empire.





OP 3 "The One and the Many": The Short Story and the Short Story Composite.





OP 3 Trans-Canadian Literature.





OP 3 practices of language and culture in the English language.





3 op route C: mixed.





The student must choose 45 credits of the total number of subjects offered between the route A and B.





Op 45 routes A, B, C.





Writing a Research Paper.





Or 3 end of Master work.





TFM





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