History of the Department of English

The University of Myitkyina, our Alma Mater, is pushing at the age of 61 now. The aged university of Myitkyina was first opened on 14th July, 1958.Myitkyina College was changed into the regional college of Myitkyina on 23rd of May 1977.Myollege was upgraded into Myitkyina Degree College 0n 12th February, 1986 and Myitkyina Degree College was developed into Myitkyina University in 1998.

The present Professor and Head of English Department is Dr. Nang Aye Aye Thein. There are 33 teaching staff in English Department – one Professor (Head), an Associate Professor, 15 Lecturers, 12  Assistant Lecturers and 4 tutors.

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       Mission

  • To be able to use English as a common Language.
  • To gain access to a greater wealth of Language and Literature.
  • To enable students to have a greater cultural understanding among them as well as with other people.

       Vision

  • To equip learners with 21st century skills.
  • To create a friendly teaching-learning environment.
  • To promote students’ learning ability for advanced studies.

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Administration

Prof. Dr Mon Mon Wai
Head of Department of English
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Phone : 092021037

Email : dr.monmonwai2012@gmail.com

Education and qualification
  • BA (Hons.) English, Mandalay University (1997)
  • MA (English), Mandalay University (2001)
  • MRes. (English), Mandalay University (2002)
  • PhD (English) Mandalay University (2008)
  • Master of Business Administration (2017)
Professional Experience
  • 18 years of teaching experience (2002 to 2020)
  • Monywa University
  • Yadanabon University
  • Mohnyin Degree College
  • Kyaukse University
  • Taungoo Univeristy
  • Mandalay University of Foreign Languages
  • Mohnyin Degree College
  • Myitkyina University
Sr NoNameDesignationDuty
1Dr Nang Aye Aye TheinProfessor & HeadChairperson
2U Manoe KumarLecturerMember
3Daw Myat HtweLecturerMember
4U Aung Thet SoeAssistant LecturerMember
5Daw Wai Hnin EiAssistant LecturerMember
6U Lazing Brang Nu AwngAssistant LecturerMember
7Daw Seinn Seint ThuAssistant LecturerMember
8Mg Kyaw SeinFirst Year MAMember
9Mg Zau Lat AwngMA QualifyingMember
10Ma Htet Htet HlaingThird Year HonoursMember
11Ma Yamin Thiri AungFirst Year HonoursMember
12Mg Zin Ko KoThird YearMember
13Dr Min ThanAssociate ProfessorSecretary
Sr NoNameSpecializationField of Specialization
1Dr Nang Aye Aye TheinProfesssor & HeadEnglish Language & English Literature
2Dr Min ThanAssociate ProfessorEnglish Language & English Literature
3U Manoe KumarLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
4Daw Than Than NwetLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
5Daw Myat HtweLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
6Daw M Seng JaLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
7Daw Pri LumLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
8U Thomas Myint TheinLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
9Daw San San TinLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
10Daw Khin Khin AyeLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
11Daw Nilar WinLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
12Daw Ja KaiLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
13U Ngwa Haw WangLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
14Daw Nang San HkamLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
15Daw M Hka NauLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
16Daw Khin Lay MuLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
17Daw Su Su KyiLecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
18Daw Wai Hnin EiAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
19Daw Su NwayAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
20Daw Htet Htet LinAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
21Daw Naing Lin Lin ChitAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
22Daw Soe Darli WaiAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
23U Aung Zaw HtooAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
24U Aung Thet SoeAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
25Daw Chan Myae SoeAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
26Daw Seinn Seint ThuAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
27Daw Ei Ei MyintAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
28U Lazing Brang Nu AwngAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
29U Bawm HkawAssistant LecturerEnglish Language & English Literature
30Daw Maran Ja Seng MaiTutorEnglish Language & English Literature
31Daw Win Theingi AungTutorEnglish Language & English Literature
32Daw Zarni MarTutorEnglish Language & English Literature
33Daw Su Su NaingTutorEnglish Language & English Literature
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TitleAuthorAbstractReference
COMMON MISTAKES IN THE USE OF COLLOCATIONS BY FIRST YEAR MATHEMATICS STUDENTS OF THE BANMAW UNIVERSITYBawm Hkaw, Daw Su Kyi Lin, Daw Seng Doi, Daw Pan War War Lynn,
Daw Ja Seng Hpra, Daw Khin Nyein Wae
The present study is to explore collocation mistakes of first year students specialized in Mathematics in Banmaw University in 2015-2016 Academic year.
Common collocational mistakes were collected from their written papers and were identified according to Benson, Benson and Ilson’s (1986) collocations model. Various kinds of collocational mistakes are found, but grammatical collocations (Adj + Prep, N + Prep, V + Prep, Prep + N) were mainly investigated in this study. The results, in some extend, reveal that mistakes on grammatical collocations are because of unawareness of collocation and students’ first language interference. It is aimed to get better teaching techniques for collocational practices and to reflect how previous teaching has worked in the language classroom.
Banmaw University Research Journal, Volume.8, 2018
Exploring Cognitive Processes of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy in the English
Textbook's Question and Activities
M SengJaThe purpose of the researcher is to evaluate thinking levels of the English textbook prescribed for tertiary level. This researcher aims at exploring the cognitive processes of Bloom's revised taxonomy (2001) are used as theoretical framework.The result show that the remembering level, the simplest cognitive process, is profoundly main fest in the instructional question and activities of the first semester textbook, The finding if the analysis indicate that the instructional questions and activities in the textbook fail to encourage with the tertiary level learners' needs. This study has some implications for educational decision-makers, curriculum developers, syllable designers, and language teachers to evaluate and modify the educational materials in such a way to achieve higher level thinking skills of learning objectives. Moreover, this study has enlightened for further research in field of textbook evaluation in each and every level of Myanmar education process.

Bloom's Revised Taxonomy (2001), Cognitive Process
Anxiety and Speaking English as a Foreign Language
among Male and Female MBA Students
Ni Ni Hlaing, Min ThanThis research tries to explore the learning anxiety of speaking English and the causes of the learning anxiety. It also examined the reactions reported by 87 students studying for Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Mandalay.To be able to compare the causes and learning anxiety which affect male students and female students, data were collected from almost the same number of male students (44) and female students (43). Since the MBA students are not the learners at the beginning stage of foreign language learning, they are believed to be at higher levels of English proficiency. The experienced researchers have proved that anxiety about speaking a foreign language is mainly apparent at lower levels of language competence. Consequently, this research also tries to find out whether anxiety is also relevant at higher levels of English proficiency. The questionnaire used for the data collection consists of 26 anxiety statements. Ti is divided into two parts. The first part (No. 1 to No. 5) is used to find out their anxiety concerning speaking. The findings indicate that lack of speaking practice is the major cause of anxiety and communication anxiety is the most frequent one that influences the MBA students. In addition, the female students are more emotional than male students while speaking Enlgish.
An Analysis of the Project: Burma Bamboo Bike Partnership,
Developing in Kachin State
Nang Aye Aye TheinThis research focuses on Burma Bamboo Bike Partnership, the project developing in these days in Kachin State. The aim of this research is to analyse the contribution of Bamboo Bike Project in Kachin State and if this project is sustainable development for the community, following Kapple (2017)’s 6 ways to measure small business success.In analyzing this project, the methodology in fixing the bikes through bamboo which is the native product, and the goal and vision of their project will become impressive. The findings of this research have raised the questions: will the project support the jobless people in Northern state and will it make the local people to be good leaders of their community. Nevertheless, it is hoped that the project really gives the mechanical education to local people of Northern Myanmar.
Attitude of Teachers and Students on Teaching and Learning LiteratureNang Aye Aye TheinThis research focuses on the effectiveness of teaching and learning literature in English as Foreign Language (EFL) classrooms. The aim of this research is to investigate the attitude of teachers and students on teaching and learning literature in classrooms.In doing this, the definitions of Trochim (2006), Timpany (2015), and PMGroup Worldwide Ltd (2016) have been applied and dichotomous questionnaires used in the survey are applied as the method which is mentioned in “Research in English Language Teaching” (2008). This research is conducted at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels of English specialization students and some teachers at English Department in Myitkyina University in second semester, 2016 academic year. The findings of this research highlight the importance of the role of teaching literature in classrooms, serve as an answer to the question “whether teaching literature is effective or not” for language learners and point out the fact that the efforts of language teachers, and the students’ attention on literature are crucial in teaching and learning literature in classrooms. This research is highly expected to make contributions to teachers who are handling teaching literature and also to students who are engaging in learning literature.attitude, literature, dichotomous, questionnaire
Violation of the Maxims in a Classical PlayNang Aye Aye TheinThis research, based on a critical understanding of literature, investigates the violation of maxims in the play “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw who became well known as a critic of art, music, and literature in 1884. “Pygmalion” is Shaw’s classical play in which he probes important questions about social class, human behaviour, and relations between the genders, and the 5-Act play.“Pygmalion” is also a comedy about phonetics expert who attempts to make a lady out of an uneducated Cockney flower girl. In this research, Blakemore (1992)’s statement of utterance, and Grice (1975)’s Cooperative Principle known as conversational maxims _ maxim of Quantity, maxim of Quality, maxim of Relation and maxim of Manner, cited by Thomas (1995) are applied in investigation. The research found that people in the play convey meanings in interactions, violating conversational maxims. Based on the findings, it is concluded that learning violation of the maxims will be very useful in helping learners of English as a foreign language develop both communicative competence as well as literary analysis.
TitleAuthorAbstractReference
Common Loanwords in EnglishNang Aye Aye Thein1This research focuses on the common loanwords in English. The aim of this research is to investigate how much influence of foreign languages on English and which language is the most dominant of all languages that influence on English. In doing this, the definitions of Kemmer(2017) from Rice University, and the articles of Kroulek (2014), Liam (2016), anonymous (2016) fromwww.fluentu.com, and Ryan Sitzman (2019)are used as materials in the survey. Therefore, this is a kind of report research and the findings of this research highlight the dominance of foreign languages on English and which language is the most dominant of all. This research is also highly expected to make contributions to both teachers and learners who are engaging in learning and teaching English as EFL. loanwords
Sr NoCandidateTitleSupervisor
1Ma Lat Mai Awng
2 M.A -Eng-1
The Use of Indirect Speech Acts for Politeness in the Selected Short Story "Blind Man's Holiday" by O HenryU Ngwa Haw Wang
Lecturer
2Ma Hkaw Myaw
2 M.A-Eng-2
Intercultural Communication: Culture Dimensions between Myanmar and WesternersDaw Pri Lum
Lecturer
3Ma Roi Nan
2 M.A-Eng-3
An Investigation of Conversational Maxims of Main Characters in the Movie "The Great Gatsby"Daw Nang San Hkam
Lecturer
4Ma Shwe Yi Win Lae
2 M.A-Eng-4
An analysis of Sentence Types in Some Letters from "Letters From A Father To His Daughter" by Jawaharlal NehruDaw San San Tin
Lecturer
5Ma Khin Wint Thu
2 M.A-Eng-5
Hedging in Conversations of a Myanmar Film "Deception"Daw Ja Kai
Lecturer
6..Ma Pan Ei Phyu
2 M.A-Eng-6
An Analysis of One of the Main Characters' Speech Acts Classification in the Movie "Forrest Gump"Daw Nilar Win
Lecturer
7Mg Khin Oo
2 M.A-Eng-7
A Comparative Study of Gender Representations: Socially marked Gender Items in Old and New Version of Grade 6 EFL Textbooks in MyanmarDaw M Seng Ja
Lecturer
8Ma Jaw Seng Din Awng
2 M.A-Eng-8
Relationship between Lexical Patterning and the Aesthetic Effect in Some Poems by Emily DickinsonDr Nang Aye Aye Thein
Professor & Head
9Ma Chaw Su Hlaing Win
2 M.A-Eng-9
An Investigation of Common Spelling Errors Made by First Year English Specialization Students at Myitkyina UniversityU Manoe Kumar
Lecturer
10Ma Nang Doi
2 M.A-Eng-10
Syntactic Analysis of Airline Slogans in Southeast AsiaDaw Myat Htwe
Lecturer
11Ma Seng Lu Lu Awng
2 M.A-Eng-11
A Comparative Analysis of Speech Styles of Michelle Obama and Melania TrumpU Thomas Myint Thein
Lecturer
12Ma Tin May
2 M.A-Eng-12
Request Strategies Used in the Novel, "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest HemingwayDaw Khin Khin Aye
Lecturer
13Ma Jangmaw Seng Lu Pan
2 M.A -Eng-13
A Study of Learning Style Preferences of Grade (4) and (5) Students at No. (1) and (9) Basic Education high School in MyitkyinaDr Min Than
Associate Professor
14Ma Lu Lu San Ra
2 M.A-Eng-14
An Analysis of Figurative Language in the Short Story "Selfish Giant' by Oscar WildeDaw Khin Lay Mu
Lecturer
15Ma Nyein Wai Tun
2 M.A-Eng-15
An Analysis of Binary Oppositions in the Novel "Gulliver's Travels" by Jonathan SwiftDaw Than Than Nwet
Lecturer
YearMaleFemaleTotal
First68122180
Second4691137
Third4677123
Fourth2598123
First Year Honours279
Second Year Honours-22
Third Year Honours-1515
MA Qualifying347
First Year MA62127
Second Year MA11415
Total197441638
YearMaleFemaleTotal
First173240413
Second175291466
Third174333507
Fourth185325510
Total70711891896

Curriculum and Time Table

BA FIRST YEAR
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours per Week
LectureTutorial
မ ၁၀ဝ၁မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 1101English Literature-1432
Eng 1102English Literature- 2432
Eng 1103Communicative Skills-1432
Elective*322
AM 1001Aspects of Myanmar322
Total211512
Foundation Course
မ ၁၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 1101English Literature – 1 (19th & 20th Century Prose & 20th Century Short Stories)
Eng 1102English Literature – 2 (20th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 1103Communicative Skills – 1
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Psy 1001Public Relations
Phil 1001 Logic in Practice – 1
OS 1001 Fundamentals of the Pali Language
IR 1002 Introduction to International Relations – 1
Hist 1003 World history to 1500 – 1
AM 1001 Aspects of Myanmar
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Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၁၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 1104English Literature-3432
Eng 1105English Literature-4432
Eng 1106Communicative Skills-2432
Elective*322
AM 1002Aspects of Myanmar322
Total211512
Foundation Course
မ ၁၀ဝ၂မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 1104 English Literature – 3 (19th & 20th Century Prose & 20th Century Short Stories)
Eng 1105 English Literature – 4 (20th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 1106 Communicative Skills – 2
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
OS 1007 Pali Literature
Phil 1003 Logic in Practice – 2
Psy 1004 Understanding Human Interaction
IR 1005 Introduction to International Relations – 2
Hist 1006 World History 1500 – 2
AM 1002 Aspects of Myanmar
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BA SECOND YEAR
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၁၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 2101English Literature-5432
Eng 2102English Literature-6432
Eng 2103English Language Studies-1432
Eng 2104Communicative Skills-3432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၂၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 2101English Literature – 5 (16th to 20th Century Prose & 19th & 20th Century Short Stories)
Eng 2102English Literature – 6 (19th & 20th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 2104Communicative Skills – 3
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Hist 2003Social History of England
Psy 2001 Language and Thought
Phil 2001 History of Western Intellectual Development – 1
IR 2001 Elements of Political Institutions – 1
OS 2001 Pali Language
OS 2003 Pali Literature (Prose)
OS 2003 Pali Literature (Prose)
Eng 2003 Developing Communicative Skills – 1
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Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၁၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 2105English Literature-7432
Eng 2106English Literature-8432
Eng 2107English Language Studies-2432
Eng 2108Communicative Skills-4432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၂၀ဝ၂ မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 2105English Literature – 7 (16th to 20th Century Prose & 19th & 20th Century Short Stories)
Eng 2106English Literature – 8 (19th & 20th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 2107English Language Studies – 2 (Introduction to General Linguistics & Phonetics)
Eng 2108Communicative Skills – 4
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Hist 2006Social History of England
Psy 2004Stress and Stress Management
Phil 2006History of Western Intellectual Development – 2
IR 2004Elements of Political Institutions – 2
OS 2006Pali Language
OS 2008Pali Literature (Poetry)
Elective Courses (for Other Specializations)
Eng 2004Developing Communicative Skills – 2
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BA THIRD YEAR
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week 
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၃၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 3101English Literature-9432
Eng 3102English Literature-10432
Eng 3103English Language Studies-3432
Eng 3104Translation and Interpretation-1432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၃၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 3101English Literature – 9 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 3102English Literature – 10 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 3103English Language Studies – 3 (Morphology)
Eng 3104Translation & Interpretation –1
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 3105 Communicative Skills – 5
Eng 3106 Business English – 1
Eng 3107 Introducing ELT Methodology – 1
Eng 3003Developing Communicative Skills – ၃
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Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week 
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၃၀ဝ၁ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 3108English Literature-11432
Eng 3109English Literatur-12432
Eng 3110English Language Studies-4432
Eng 3111Translation and Interpretation-2432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၃၀ဝ၂မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 3108English Literature – 11 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 3109English Literature – 12 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 3110English Language Studies – 4 (Syntactic Theory – 1 )
Eng 3111Translation & Interpretation –2
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 3112Communicative Skills – 6
Eng 3113Business English – 2
Eng 3114Introducing ELT Methodology – 2
Eng 3004Developing Communicative Skills – 4
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BA FOURTH YEAR
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၄၀ဝ၂ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 4101Research Paper Writing432
Eng 4102English Literature-3432
Eng 4103English Language Studies-5432
Eng 4104Translation and Interpretation-3432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၄၀ဝ၂ မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 4101Research Paper Writing
Eng 4102English Literature – 13 (19th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 4103English Language Studies – 5 (Syntactic Theory – 2 & Introduction to Semantics)
Eng 4104Translation & Interpretation – 3
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 4105ASEAN Literature in English – 1
Eng 4106Communicative Skills – 7
Eng 4107Business English – 3
Eng 4108English Language Teaching – 1
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Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၄၀ဝ၂ မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 4109Public Speaking & Presentation Skills432
Eng 4110English Literature ? 14432
Eng 4111English Language Studies ? 6432
Eng 4112Translation & Interpretation ? 4432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၄၀ဝ၂ မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 4109Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng 4110English Literature – 14 (17th & 18th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 4111English Language Studies – 6 (Syntactic Theory – 3 & Introduction to Discourse Analysis)
Eng 4112Translation & Interpretation – 4
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 4113ASEAN Literature in English –2
Eng 4114Communicative Skills – 8
Eng 4115Business English – 4
Eng 4116English Language Teaching – 2
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FIRST YEAR HONOURS(BA)
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၃၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 3201English Literature-9432
Eng 3202English Literature-10432
Eng 3203English Language Studies-3432
Eng 3204Translation and Interpretation-1432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၃၀ဝ၁မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 3201English Literature – 9 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 3202English Literature – 10 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 3203English Language Studies – 3 (Morphology)
Eng 3204Translation & Interpretation – 1
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 3205Communicative Skills – 5
Eng 3206Business English – 1
Eng 3207Introducing ELT Methodology – 1
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Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၃၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 3208English Literature-11432
Eng 3209English Literature-12432
Eng 3210English Language Studies-4432
Eng 3211Translation and Interpretation-2432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၃၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 3208English Literature – 11 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 3209English Literature – 12 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 3210English Language Studies – 4 (Syntactic Theory – 1 )
Eng 3211Translation & Interpretation – 2
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 3212Communicative Skills – 6
Eng 3213Business English – 2
Eng 3214Introducing ELT Methodology – 2
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SECOND YEAR HONOURS(BA)
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၄၀၀၁မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 4201Research Paper Writing432
Eng 4202English Literature-13432
Eng 4203English Language Studies-5432
Eng 4204Translation and Interpretation-3432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၃၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 4201Research Paper Writing
Eng 4202English Literature – 13 (19th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng 4203English Language Studies – 5 (Syntactic Theory – 2 & Introduction to Semantics)
Eng 4204Translation & Interpretation – 3
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 4205ASEAN Literature in English – 1
Eng 4206Communicative Skills – 7
Eng 4207Business English – 3
Eng 4208English Language Teaching – 1
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Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
မ ၄၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ322
Eng 4109Public Speaking & Presentation Skills432
Eng 4110English Literature-14432
Eng 4111English Language Studies-6432
Eng 4112Translation & Interpretation -4432
Elective*322
Total221612
Foundation Course
မ ၄၀၀၂မြန်မာစာ
Core Courses
Eng 4209Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng 4210English Literature – 14 (17th & 18th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng 4211English Language Studies – 6 (Syntactic Theory – 3 & Introduction to Discourse Analysis)
Eng 4212Translation & Interpretation – 4
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 4213ASEAN Literature in English – 2
Eng 4214Communicative Skills – 8
Eng 4215Business English – 4
Eng 4216English Language Teaching – 2
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THIRD YEAR HONOURS(BA)
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
Eng 5201English Literature-15432
Eng 5202Intercultural Communication-1432
Eng 5203English Language Studies-7432
Eng 5204Effective Negotiating & Effective Meetings432
Elective 1*322
Elective 2*322
Total221612
Core Courses
Eng 5201English Literature – 15
Eng 5202Intercultural Communication – 1
Eng 5203English Language Studies – 7 (Introduction to Sociolinguistics & Psycholinguistics)
Eng 5204Effective Negotiating & Effective Meetings
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 5205World Literature in English – 1
Eng 5206Communicative Skills – 9
Eng 5207Business English – 5
Eng 5208English for Hospitality & Tourism – 1
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Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week 
PointsLectureTutorial
Eng 5209English Literature-16432
Eng 5210Intercultural Communication-2432
Eng 5211English Language Studies-8432
Eng 5212English in the Media432
Elective 1*322
Elective 2*322
Total221612
Core Courses
Eng 5209English Literature – 16
Eng 5210Intercultural Communication – 2
Eng 5211English Language Studies – 8 (Introduction to Stylistics & Pragmatics)
Eng 5212English in the Media
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 5213World Literature in English – 2
Eng 5214Communicative Skills – 10
Eng 5215Business English – 6
Eng 5216English for Hospitality & Tourism – 2
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MA QUALIFYING(MA)
Module NoName of ModuleCredit PointsHours per Week
LectureTutorial
Eng 5201English Literature-15432
Eng 5202Intercultural Communication-1432
Eng 5203English Language Studies-7432
Eng 5204Effective Negotiating & Effective Meetings432
Elective 1*322
Elective 2*322
Total221612
Core Courses
Eng 5201English Literature – 15
Eng 5202Intercultural Communication – 1
Eng 5203English Language Studies – 7 (Introduction to Sociolinguistics & Psycholinguistics)
Eng 5204Effective Negotiating & Effective Meetings
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 5205World Literature in English – 1
Eng 5206Communicative Skills – 9
Eng 5207Business English – 5
Eng 5208English for Hospitality & Tourism – 1
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Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleCreditHours per Week
PointsLectureTutorial
Eng 5209English Literature-16432
Eng 5210Intercultural Communication-2432
Eng 5211English Language Studies-8432
Eng 5212English in the Media432
Elective 1*322
Elective 2*322
Total221612
Core Courses
Eng 5209English Literature – 16
Eng 5210Intercultural Communication – 2
Eng 5211English Language Studies – 8 (Introduction to Stylistics & Pragmatics)
Eng 5212English in the Media
Elective Courses (for English Specialization)
Eng 5213World Literature in English – 2
Eng 5214Communicative Skills – 10
Eng 5215Business English – 6
Eng 5216English for Hospitality & Tourism – 2
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First Year (MA)
Module NoName of ModuleHours per Week 
LectureTutorial
E 611Grammar & Syntax42
E 612Sociolinguistics & Discourse Analysis42
E 613Thematic Studies - I42
E 614Methodology42
Total168
Sample Description
Module NoName of ModuleHours per Week 
LectureTutorial
E 621Research Methodology42
E 622Error Analysis & Psycholinguistics42
E 623Academic Writing42
E 624Stylistics & Semantics42
Total168

Second Year (MA)
Module NoName of ModuleHours per Week 
LectureTutorial
E 631Developing Language & Literary Skills42
E 632Syllabus Design42
E 633Thematic Studies - II42
E 634Assessment42
Total168
Sample Description
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