Master of Arts in English Language and Literature Teaching

The Master of Arts in English Language and Literature Teaching (MA ELLT) degree is designed for teachers of English language and literature in the secondary and tertiary levels. The regular program is for full-time and part-time graduate students who can take courses during the regular semesters.
 
The MA ELLT degree is also offered as a summer program (SUMAP) for graduate students who can do course work only during summer.
 
REQUIRED COURSES
  • EN 201: Theories of Language and Language Learning
  • EN 202: Fundamentals of ESL Research
  • EN 203: Evaluation Procedures in Language and Literature Teaching
  • EN 209: Theories and Practices of Writing
  • EN 215: Principles and Practices of Language Teaching
  • EN 216: Principles and Practices of Literature Teaching
  • EN 217: Reading Literature
  • EN 218: Sociolinguistics
  • EN 223: ELLT Reflective Practice (for non-thesis only)
 
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Thesis Option: a student who opts for this may finish after successfully completing the following requirements:
  • 24 units of required courses
  • 6 units of elective courses
  • Comprehensive examinations
  • Thesis-writing and oral defense thereof
Non-Thesis Option: a student who opts for this may finish after successfully completing the following requirements:
  • 27 units of required courses
  • 9 units of elective courses
  • Comprehensive examinations
CHED Scholarships are available. You may contact the Department at (632) 426-6001 loc. 5310 to 5311.