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Master and Doctorate in Letters

 

 

Master’s

NOTE: THE SYLLABUSES OF THE DISCIPLINES OF THE COURSE’S POLITICAL-PEDAGOGICAL PROJECT are described in RESOLUTION No. 284/2016-CEPE. ITEM – Regulations and Notices – Resolutions and forms. Curricular structure of the Master’s Degree

To obtain a Master’s degree, the student must have completed, within the available time, 46 credits distributed across subjects, complementary activities and approval exams, as follows:

· Mandatory Subjects: 06 credits.
· Elective Subjects: 09 credits.
· Teaching Internship: 02 credits.
· Dissertation Seminar: 02 credits.
· Advanced Seminars: 02 credits (The student will enroll in two Advanced Seminars offered at the Master’s level).
· Special Activities: 03 credits.
· Foreign language proficiency exam.
· Qualification exam.
· Dissertation defense: 22 credits.

MANDATORY DISCIPLINES – MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE

Disciplines

Credits

Credit hours

Language Research Methodology

Obs .: Mandatory for the Research Lines: a) Language: Linguistic, Cultural and Teaching Practices; b) Language studies: description of linguistic, cultural, discursive and diversity phenomena.

03

45 credit hours

Theories of Language

Obs .: Mandatory for the Research Lines: a) Language: Linguistic, Cultural and Teaching Practices; b) Language studies: description of linguistic, cultural, discursive and diversity phenomena.

03

45 credit hours

Literary Language and Sociological Interpretations

Obs .: Mandatory for the Research Lines: a) Literary Language and Social Interfaces: Comparative Studies; b) Literature, Memory, Culture and Teaching.

03

45 credit hours

Research Methodology in Literary Studies

Obs .: Mandatory for the Research Lines: a) Literary Language and Social Interfaces: Comparative Studies; b) Literature, Memory, Culture and Teaching.

03

45 credit hours

MANDATORY DISCIPLINES – MASTER’S

Disciplines

Credits

Credit hours

Teaching Internship

02

30 credit hours

Dissertation Seminar

02

30 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Discourse Analysis I

01

15 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Language Description Studies I

01

15 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Literary Studies I

01

15 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Language and Teaching I

01

15 credit hours

Research Activities

Credits

Credit hours

Dissertation Defense

22

330 credit hours

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES: Complementary activities

Special Activities

Credits

Credit hours

Special Activities I – Participation in an institutionalized extension activity, promoted or accepted by the Program.

01

15 credit hours

Special Activities II – Presentation and publication of a complete paper in the proceedings of a national or international congress in the Program area.

01

15 credit hours

Special Activities III – Publication or letter of acceptance of 1 paper in a journal in the Program area with an Editorial Board, ISSN registration and Qualis score.

01

15 credit hours

Doctorate

NOTE: THE SYLLABUSES OF THE DISCIPLINES OF THE COURSE’S POLITICAL-PEDAGOGICAL PROJECT are described in RESOLUTION No. 284/2016-CEPE. ITEM – Regulations and Notices – Resolutions and forms


Curricular structure of the Doctorate course
To obtain a Doctorate degree, the student must have completed, within the permitted period, 59 credits distributed across subjects, complementary activities and approval exams, as follows:
· Mandatory Subjects: 06 credits.
· Elective Subjects: 09 credits.
· Teaching Internship: 04 credits.
· Thesis Seminar: 04 credits.
· Advanced Seminars: 06 credits. (The student will enroll in two Advanced Seminars offered at the Doctorate level)
· Special Activities: 06 credits.
· Qualification exam.
· Thesis Defense: 24 credits.

Note: Advanced Seminars related to the four Research Lines of the Program must be offered both at the Master’s and Doctorate levels. It is mandatory for the student to attend at least two seminars. Seminar offers must be related to the Research Lines’ respective needs and can be proposed. Among others, the dissemination of research by visiting researchers is a valid reason for proposal.

MANDATORY DISCIPLINES – DOCTORATE

Disciplines

Credits

Credit hours

Teaching Internship

04

60 credit hours

Thesis Seminar

04

60 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Discourse Analysis II

03

45 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Language and Teaching II

03

45 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Literary Studies II

03

45 credit hours

Advanced Seminars in Language Description Studies II

03

45 credit hours

Research Activities

Credits

Credit hours

Thesis Defense

24

360 credit hours

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES: Complementary activities

Special Activities

Credits

Credit hours

Special Activities IV – Participation in an institutionalized extension activity, promoted or accepted by the Program.

02

30 credit hours

Special Activities V – Presentation and publication of two complete works in proceedings of a national or international congress.

02

30 credit hours

Special Activities VI – Publication or letter of acceptance of two papers in a journal in the Program area with an Editorial Board, ISSN Registration, and Qualis score.

02

30 credit hours

ELECTIVE DISCIPLINES – MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE

Disciplines

Credits

Credit hours

Linguistic Heterogeneity

03

45 hrs

Linguistic Variation/Change and Teaching

03

45 hrs

Applied Linguistics and Language Teacher Education

03

45 hrs

Discursive Genres and Linguistic Practices

03

45 hrs

Knowledge, Technology and Rhizome

03

45 hrs

Linguistic Policies and Teaching

03

45 hrs

Conceptions of Reading and Literacies in the Teaching of Languages in Printed and Digital Formats

03

45 hrs

Argumentative Processes and Textuality

03

45 hrs

The Lexicon in the Understanding of Language

03

45 hrs

Topics in Studies of Meaning

03

45 hrs

Lexicology and Lexicography

03

45 hrs

Language, Ideology and Power

03

45 hrs

Theory of Discourse: The French School

03

45 hrs

The Subject in Discourse Analysis

03

45 hrs

Translation and Corpus Linguistics

03

45 hrs

Phonetics, Phonology, Variation and Teaching

03

45 hrs

Critical Approaches to Literary Text

03

45 hrs

Fictional Language and Society

03

45 hrs

Lyric poetry and Society

03

45 hrs

Comparative Literature: Theory and Practice

03

45 hrs

Comparative Literature and Translation in Latin America

03

45 hrs

Topics in Contemporary Literature

03

45 hrs

Narratives of Memory: Literature and Resistance

03

45 hrs

Topics in Literature and Dramaturgy

03

45 hrs

Intersections in Art and Literature

03

45 hrs

Anthropology of Literature and Art

03

45 hrs

Contemporary Youth Literature

03

45 hrs

Onomastics

03

45 hrs

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