To declare a minor in English, students must complete at least 15 credits of which at least 9 credits must be at level 3 or above.
For the award of Minor Programme, only the non-major modules (i.e. modules grouped under Business Education, Common Core Curriculum and Free Electives) can be double-counted.
To fulfill the requirements of a Minor Programme, a student must complete all specified modules either by attendance with Pass grade, module exemption or credit transfer. The maximum module exemption or credit transfer for a Minor is limited to 6 credits only.
Students who have completed or are on the verge of completing their minors will be required to make a formal declaration by completing and submitting the Declaration Form (REG-UG Form 20) to the Registry at the last semester of their final years before graduation.
The following table shows the module requirements of Minoring in English.
|Mandatory Modules||ENG1100 Introduction to Literature|
ENG1200 Introduction to Linguistics
|Modules||Select 3 of the following 3000 and 4000-level modules:|
ENG 3110 Shakespeare and His Universal Themes
ENG 3111 Realism from Reason to Sentiment in 17th and 18th Century Literature
ENG 3112 Romanticism
ENG 3113 Victorian Literature: The Rise of Science in the Nineteenth Century
ENG 3114 Modernism
ENG 3120 Children’s Literature
ENG 3121 Women in Literature
ENG 3200 Meaning and Language
ENG 3220 Bilingualism
ENG 3222 Corpus Linguistics
ENG 3225 Language and the Mind
ENG 3226 Teaching English As A Second Language
ENG 3228 World Englishes
ENG 3230 Language and Society
ENG 3231 Digital Literacies in English
ENG 3321 Postcolonialism: the Step-Mother Tongue
ENG 3326 Ethics and Popular Cultures in American Literature
ENG 3327 English-Chinese Contrastive Analysis
ENG 3329 Stylistics
ENG 4120 Story of Success: Autobiography
ENG 4121 Literary Theory and Criticism
ENG 4220 Learning English as a Global Language
ENG 4221 Conversation Analysis
ENG 4225 The Nature of Linguistic Research
ENG 4235 Structure and Meaning
ENG 4320 Film and Literature
ENG 4322 From Literary Studies to Cultural Studies
ENG 4323 Exploring Economic Canons in Literary Contexts
ENG 4326 Literature and Environment
ENG 4330 The Economics of Language
|No. of Modules||5|
|Not Eligible||BA-ENG students|
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