General Information

The BA degree is offered jointly by the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures and the Department of the English Language and ELT Methodology.

Forms of Study

  • Single Subject Study:
    Single Subject students are enrolled only in the BA programme of English and American Studies. In order to complete the degree Single Subject students must acquire 180 credits in total (out of which 18 are for optional courses).

    Single Subject students
    Credit requirements
    Credit requirements for entering the next year of study
    Year 1
    60 Credits
    60
    Year 2
    60 Credits
    30
    Year 3
    60 Credits
    30

    Other requirements include:
    BA Thesis
    Final Exam

  • Double Subject Study: Double Subject students are enrolled in English and American Studies AND another subject within the Faculty of Arts (e.g., History, Czech, Philosophy, etc). (See BA Entrance Procedures for possible subject combinations). They must pass the entrance exams in both subjects. At the conclusion of their studies they must choose a thesis topic in one of their two subjects of study.
    In order to complete the degree Double Subject students must acquire 180 credits in total, 81 from the Department (out of which 9 are for optional courses).

    Double Subject students
    Credit requirements
    Credit requirements for entering the next year of study
    Year 1
    30 Credits
    30
    Year 2
    30 Credits
    15
    Year 3
    30 Credits
    15

    Other requirements include:
    BA Thesis
    Final Exam

Duration

The BA programme is normally three years (i.e. six semesters of instruction) in duration for full time students. However, many students take a fourth year to complete the final thesis. Please consult with your thesis supervisor should you need to prolong your studies for this reason.

Students may also apply to study abroad for a semester or two as part of the Erasmus+ programme. However, as courses and credits are not exactly equivalent, this may result in a prolongation of study at the Department in order to fulfil core requirements.