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MA in English Literature: Provisional module selection 2018-19

 
Please indicate your preferred option module choices for Autumn and Spring terms, plus your choice for the Critical Theory Core Module. The list of module offerings can be found via the link on the right of this page.

Please select accordingly if you are a part time student.

In addition to your 16,000-word dissertation (60 CATS or credits), you must take four modules (120 CATS) – two in term 1 and two in term 2.

RESTRICTIONS
- One of your four modules must be a critical theory core module.
- You are permitted to take one module outside of the department (e.g. in History, Philosophy, IATL etc). It will be your responsibility to sign up for any other module with the relevant department and ensure no teaching clash occurs.
- You are permitted to take one creative writing module if space is available.

All classes are capped at 15 students. There is also a minimum limit so we cannot guarantee your first choice.

THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED BY 30TH JULY 2018.

Please send queries to PGEnglish@warwick.ac.uk.
 
 
CRITICAL THEORY CORE MODULES (you must choose one of these). Some critical theory modules are offered in Term 1, others in Term 2. Please review your choices and select accordingly.
 
 
AUTUMN TERM
 
 
SPRING TERM
 
If you have chosen a module from outside the English department (including an IATL module) please provide its department, code and module name here. It is your responsibility to contact the relevant department and sign up for this module.
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