Panglong University

Department of English

Vision

  • To upgrade the English Language Skills of the students and to produce graduates who are proficient in English and who can appreciate English literature.

Courses of English

First Semester

No. Class Module No. Module Names
1 1st Year Eng-1001 Compulsory English
Eng-1101 English Literature – 1 (Prose & Short Stories)
Eng-1102 English Literature – 2 (Poetry & Drama)
Eng-1103 Communicative Skills – 1
2 2nd year Eng-2001 Compulsory English
Eng -2101 English Literature – 5 (Prose & Short Stories)
Eng -2102 English Literature – 6 (Poetry & Drama)
Eng -2103 English Language Studies – 1 (Phonology)
Eng -2104 Communicative Skills – 3
3 3rd year Eng-3001 Compulsory English
Eng- 3101 English Literature – 9 (Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng- 3102 English Literature – 10 (Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 3103 English Language Studies – 3 (Syntactic Theory – 1)
Eng- 3104 Translation & Interpretation –1
Eng-3105 Communicative Skills – 5
4 4th year Eng-4001 Compulsory English
Eng- 4101 Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng -4102 English Literature – 13 (Poetry & Drama)
Eng -4103 English Language Studies – 5 (Syntactic Theory -3 & Discourse Analysis)
Eng -4104 Translation & Interpretation – 3
Eng-4106 Communicative Skills – 7
5 H-1 Eng-3001 Compulsory English
Eng – 3201 English Literature –9 (Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng- 3202 English Literature – 10 (Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 3203 English Language Studies -3 (Syntactic Theory – 1)
Eng- 3204 Translation & Interpretation – 1
Eng- 3205 Communicative Skills – 5
6 H-2 Eng- 4001 Compulsory English
  Eng- 4201 Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng- 4202 English Literature – 13 (Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 4203 English Language Studies – 5 (Syntactic Theory 3 & Discourse Analysis)
Eng- 4204 Translation & Interpretation – 3
Eng- 4206 Communicative Skills – 7
7 H3 & Q Eng- 5201 English Literature – 15
Eng- 5202 Intercultural Communication – 1
Eng- 5203 English Language Studies – 7 (Stylistics & Pragmatics)
Eng- 5204 Effective Negotiating & Effective Meetings
Eng- 5216 Communicative Skills – 9
Eng- 5218 English for Hospitality and Tourism-1
8 MA I Eng- 611 Grammar and Syntax
Eng- 612 Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis
Eng- 613 Thematic Studies – 1
Eng- 614 Methodology
9 MA II Eng-631 Developing language and Literary Skills
Eng-632 Syllabus Design
Eng-633 Thematic Studies -2
Eng-634 Assessment

 

Second Semester

No. Class Module No Module Names
1 1st Year Eng-1002 (Compulsory) English
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
2 2nd year Eng-2002 (Compulsory) English
Eng -2105 English Literature – 7 (16th  to 20th Century Prose & 19th & 20th Century Short Stories)
Eng -2106 English Literature – 8 (19th & 20th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng -2107 English Language Studies – 2 (Introduction to English Phonology)
Eng -2108 Communicative Skills – 4
3 3rd year Eng -3002 (Compulsory) English
Eng- 3108 English Literature – 11 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng- 3109 English Literature – 12 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 3110 English Language Studies – 4 (Syntactic Theory – 1)
Eng- 3111 Translation & Interpretation – 2
Eng-3112 Communicative Skills – 6
4 4th year Eng -4002 (Compulsory) English
Eng- 4109 Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng -4110 English Literature – 14 (17th  & 18th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng -4111 English Language Studies – 6 (Syntactic Theory 3 & Introduction to Discourse Analysis)
Eng -4112 Translation & Interpretation – 4
Eng-4114 Communicative Skills – 8
5 H-1 Eng- 3002 (Compulsory) English
Eng – 3208 English Literature – 11 (19th & 20th Century Short Stories & The Novel)
Eng- 3209 English Literature – 12 (18th & 19th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 3210 English Language Studies – 4 (Syntactic Theory – 1)
Eng- 3211 Translation & Interpretation – 2
Eng- 3212 Communicative Skills – 6
6 H-2 Eng- 4002 (Compulsory) English
Eng- 4109 Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
Eng- 4110 English Literature – 14 (17th & 18th Century Poetry & Drama)
Eng- 4111 English Language Studies – 6 (Syntactic Theory 3 & Introduction to Discourse Analysis)
Eng- 4112 Translation & Interpretation – 4
Eng- 4114 Communicative Skills – 8
7 H3& Q Eng- 5209 English Literature – 16
Eng- 5210 Intercultural Communication – 2
Eng- 5211 English Language Studies – 8 (Introduction to Stylistics & Pragmatics)
Eng- 5212 English in the Media
Eng- 5214 Communicative Skills – 10
8 MA-I Eng- 621 Research Methodology
Eng- 622 Error Analysis and Psycholinguistics
Eng- 623 Literary Theories
Eng- 624 Stylistics and Semantics

 

Contact Info

Panglong University

Loilem District,
Loilem Township,
Panglong, Hei- Nan Village,
Panglong – Laikha Roadside

 +95-81-300454
 +95-81-300451
info@upanglong.edu.mm

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

List of Faculty Members

Daw Po Po Zaw

Head & Associate Professor
popozaw@upanglong.edu.mm
Rank No. of Teaching Staff
Professor 0
Associate Professor 1
Lecturer 6
Assistant Lecturer 1
Tutor/ Demonstrator 2

Activities of English Department

Why Study English?

English is the most commonly spoken language in the world. Studying English can give better job opportunities. English is the language of social media and the internet. If we have a good command of English, we can use them easily. And English is one of the most important languages for business. Moreover, with English, we can appreciate all over the world.

Department of English Contact Info

 081 300454
 081 300451

 englishdepartment@upanglong.edu.mm