A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.
A literature program may cover the aspects of different types of writing such as creative writing, journalism, poetry, nonfiction, fiction and drama. Philosophy and theories may be explored as well as how to produce original literature.
At the Department of Languages and Literatures, we offer a large variety of courses at the Master's level. You can take the courses separately or as part of a Master's de
At the Department of Languages and Literatures, we offer a large variety of courses at the Master's level. You can take the courses separately or as part of a Master's degree. The courses are often divided into smaller modules, for example, 7.5 credits or 15 credits, so if you want to conduct full-time studies you have to apply for more than one course. However, the range of courses for the subjects varies.
Education at graduate level comprises of one or two years of full-time studies (60 or 120 credits, c) and can lead to a Master’s degree (one year or two years).
There is no set program to reach a degree, instead, you can choose different courses and also between literary and linguistic specialization....