English Language and Literature Department
​​ PROGRAM OUTCOMES
P0.1. To gain an understanding of the evolution and movements of English literature with examples of works both canonical and outside the canon in relation to their historical and social contexts
PO.2.To develop knowledge on literary terms and genres to have the skills necessary to understand and evaluate literary works.
PO.3.To think, read, and interpret critically not only the literary works per se, but all aspects of cultural products
PO.4.To attain the ability to critically engage with the cultural products thus ripen the capability to contribute to scholarly discussions
PO.5.To be aware of the theoretical debates of past and modern day, central to the interpretation of literary and non-literary culture to evaluate them critically and analytically
PO.6.To establish an understanding about the complexity of language as a communication system, and to gain knowledge on the concepts, theories, and methodologies used by linguists in qualitative and quantitative analyses of linguistic structure and patterns of language use. 
PO.7.To comprehend the relations between literature and other disciplines of the humanities such as history, psychology, philosophy, sociology, economics and politics and the disciplines outside humanities in accordance with the students’ interests. 
PO.8.To gain an ability to use English language in accordance with  academic and professional conventions 
PO.9.To be able to formulate arguments, apply original arguments on coursework  and write in accordance with scholarly conventions as well as acquire research practices
PO.10.To attain the required skills to proofread, edit and translate in the English language​

Program Outcomes & Educational Objectives Matrix:
Course CodeCourse NamePO 1
PO2PO 3
PO4PO5PO6PO7PO8PO9PO 10



UNI 100Exploring Istanbul0155305331
xxxCore Cluster III2255304341
UNI 123Textual Analysis and Effective Communication0502441544
UNI 111Critical Reading and Writing in Turkish I0512430554
UNI 117Understanding Society and Culture1255405331
UNI 221World Civilizations and Global Encounters: Until 1300 CE1155305321
xxxCore Cluster II0023123352
xxxCore Cluster III2255305331
UNI 112Critical Reading and Writing in Turkish II0512430554
UNI 118Understanding Politics and Economy2255304341
UNI 124Textual Analysis and Academic Writing0502441555
UNI 222World Civilizations and Global Encounters: Since 1300 CE1155305321
ELIT 201History of English Literature I5535314443
ELIT 203Mythologies 5535302443
ELIT 205Introduction to Literary Genres & Terms 5555414454
UNI 201Formations of Modern Turkey I0025204321
ELIT 202History of English Literature II 5535314443
ELIT 204Poetry5523312433
ELIT 206Eighteenth Century Literature5​

535314443
ELIT 208Reading Classics5535403444
UNI 202Formations of Modern Turkey II0025204321
ELIT 301Linguistics0021051515
ELIT 303Literary Theory I 3455515453
ELIT 305Victorian Period5535314443
ELIT 302Renaissance Literature 5535314443
ELIT 304Literary Theory II 3455515453
ELIT 306Modernism 5544314444
ELIT 401Postmodern Literature5544315444
ELIT 405Postcolonial Literature5555314443
ELIT 403Drama5535313343
ELIT 402Literature and Film 4555405343
ELIT 404World Literature3545314443


Electives
Course ​CodeCourse NamePO 1
PO2PO 3
PO4PO5PO6PO7PO8PO9PO 10



ELIT 210Detective Fiction 3055403231
ELIT 211Science Fiction3155205231
ELIT 212Historical Fiction5455305443
ELIT 320Contemporay Women's Writing5355504433
ELIT 321Early Women's Writing 5355504433
ELIT 330Approaches to English Language Teaching0000053545
ELIT 331Language Acqusition0000050545
ELIT 340Intertextuality in Comtemporary Fiction3414502223
ELIT 352Reading the Metropolis3144404123
ELIT 350Samuel Beckett 2431303222
ELIT 410Shakespeare2431303222
ELIT  411Medieval Literature5321102121
ELIT 413Gothic Novel3155205231
ELIT 420Restoration Comedies5​

432204201
ELIT 430Principles and Methods of Teaching Language Skills0000050545
 ELIT 440Modern Poetry3534513122
ELIT 441Romantic Poetry5534513122
ELIT 450Short Story3523413324
ELIT 451Graphic Novel4555214212
ELIT 460Illness and Literature5355515343
ELIT 470American Literature5545414434
ELIT 481Memory Writing4353525442