Programme of Studies

MA in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

The MA in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics aims to provide students with solid foundations in theoretical and applied linguistics so that every student will reach a level of sophistication to read relevant literature and to contribute to that literature. This MA programme has 4 core courses covering the main areas of theoretical and applied linguistics. Core courses include Foundations of Language, Syntactic Theory, Phonetics-Phonology and Second Language Acquisition. Beyond the core courses, students can opt for various elective courses.

Applications for admittance to the Master’s Degree Programme (MA) are accepted from 1 April to 15 May every two years.

Evaluation criteria of application

 

MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language

The MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language aims to link theory and practice in language teaching, offering insights into issues raised in language learning theories and approaches as well as considering the implications for language teaching purposes. It is designed for those who have already gained some teaching experience and who would like to inform their practice with latest developments in the areas of Individual Differences in Second/Foreign Language Acquisition, Teaching English to Primary School Pupils, Measuring Second/Foreign Language Performance, Psycholinguistics: First Language Acquisition and Language Disorder (offered in the form of elective courses). The core component of the MA includes courses such as Linguistics for Educational Purposes, Second Language Acquisition, Learning and Teaching Foreign Language Skills and Research Methods in Applied Linguistics.

Applications for admittance to the Master’s Degree Programme (MA) are accepted from April 1 to May 15 every two years.

Evaluation criteria of application

 

Post Graduate Studies in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures

This MA programme offers an in-depth and theoretically informed study of selected topics in Anglophone literatures and cultures. The programme aims:

Further to the above specialized knowledge, the MA programme offers its students the opportunity to learn and improve adaptable skills that can be used in a variety of future careers. Such skills are:



Descriptions of offered courses

You can find in the following table the course descriptions as they are presented in the Aristotle University Quality Assurance website.