Contact Page - BA Degree in English Literature in Rome
John Cabot University, Rome:
Study English Literature at one of Europe's most presigious and successful international universities. With two campuses in the heart of historic Rome, Italy, John Cabot University (JCU) is an independent, four-year liberal arts university that provides undergraduate degrees and study abroad programs to English-speaking students from all over the world. Our 4-year Bachelor of Arts and 2-year Associate of Arts degrees in English Literature emphasize the historical and cultural understanding of the development of literature in English from the Anglo-Saxon period all the way up to the 21st century. Our mission is to provide an educational experience that is both firmly rooted in the American tradition of the liberal arts, and solidly international in orientation.Email: Contact us belowBachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature
Duration: 4 years - for English-speaking students from all over the world
In all courses, students must not only read texts with great care, but also criticize them and present the results of their own research in well-written essays.
The training in the skills of research and writing culminates in the thesis that a student must present in his/her senior year.
Students trained in this discipline have generally found that it has provided an appropriate background for careers in a variety of fields beyond the discipline including journalism, publishing, education, law, government, diplomacy, and business.
Core curriculum courses include:
- Introduction to Literature
- Introduction to the Novel
- Introduction to Poetry and Poetics
- Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theories
- American Literature
- Literary Beginnings to Milton
- The Enlightenment to Romanticism
- The Victorians to the Modernists
- Shakespeare in Italy
- Classical Influences on English Literature
We also provide a 2-year English Literature Associate of Arts degree program.
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to
2019-04-19 were from:
South Africa, South Africa;
Frankfurt am Main, Germany;
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic;
Modena Emilia romania;