The Baccalaureate (Hons) program trains the students for lifelong effective communication in English. It teaches them to connect literature with history, theology, culture, and civilization and interpret them in the perspective of liberal education. The main objectives are to broaden the vision of students, to enlighten their minds, and to give them deep insight into literature. This program opens various options for English majors and prepares them for pursuing postgraduate research in language and literature within and outside Pakistan. They also have the option of joining various careers such as newscasting, teaching, civil services, law, journalism, editing, creative writing, and publishing.

BA (Hons) English

This program equips students to be active readers who express their appreciation for ambiguity and interpret multiple perspectives; able to write for a variety of professional and social settings while revising for grammatical and stylistic clarity; appraise the diversity of literary and social voices within – and sometimes marginalized by – major traditions of literature; read works of literary, rhetorical, and cultural criticism, and apply ideas from these texts in their own reading and writing.
The program instills research skills that allow students to identify topics, formulate questions for productive inquiry, use appropriate methods and sources for research, evaluate critically the sources they find, and employ their chosen sources effectively in their own writing.

Roadmap for BA (Hons) English