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Updates regarding coronavirus COVID-19

Based on the relevant decree by the Greek Ministry of Health addressing precautionary measures in response to COVID-19, all academic institutions are to suspend classroom courses. As a result, ACT’s courses and services are mediated via electronic means.

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of their studies, English graduates should possess the following:

  • demonstrable knowledge and appreciation of texts, concepts and theories relating to the English major;
  • demonstrable knowledge of authors, literary movements and the ability to discuss these within the context of the evolution of English language and literature;
  • capacity for close reading and critical analysis of diverse forms of discourse;
  • advanced literacy and confident use of a wide range of vocabulary and the appropriate critical terminologies;
  • ability to deliver informed written work and to present arguments in a sustained discursive style;
  • informed awareness of the central role of language in the creation of meaning and in communication;
  • demonstrable knowledge of the impact of social and new media in education, communication and the working environment;
  • confidence in the use and application of information technology, computer skills and relevant business resources;
  • awareness of how diverse social and cultural contexts affect language and judgement;
  • the ability to adapt and transfer the theoretical, creative and critical skills of the discipline to the demands of a range of academic fields and professions;
  • the capacity for independent thought and informed initiative demonstrated through critical or creative practice, both orally and in writing;
  • the ability to work with and in relation to others in gathering, presenting and evaluating information from diverse disciplines.

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Structure of the Program

Please find below a suggested program of studies for the ACT BA in English concentrations: {slider BA in English...

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Learning Outcomes

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FAQ

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