Bachelor's degree in Catalan Language and Literature
The aim of the UAB's Bachelor's Degree in Catalan Language and Literature is to provide training in this discipline of the Humanities. It includes the synchronic and diachronic study of the Catalan language and the historical and critical study of Catalan literature.
The degree also supplies the necessary instruments for students to go on to apply the knowledge acquired in the professional sphere: in teaching, linguistic planning and consultancy, management of multilingualism, linguistic integration of immigrants, the information society, ICT, literary heritage management, or publishing.
You will gain a broad scientific and methodological base that is multidisciplinary, versatile and humanistic, and which will enable them to conduct research and create knowledge in the field of Catalan language and literature. You will be able to draw on their education to make valuable contributions to today's complex and profoundly evolving society.
Within the degree programme, you can opt to follow a specialisation track, in either Catalan Language, Catalan Literature, Comparative Literature or Linguistics.
The ideal student for this degree should have the following qualities:
Interest in language, literature and culture in general.
Good written and oral expression
Capacity for synthesis and comprehension
Instrumental command of the language
Capacity for interpretation and reasoning
Capacity to relate linguistic, literary and cultural phenomena
A broad mind
The main areas of employment for graduates are:
Teaching in public or private centres of education (secondary, high school, university), in language academies and adult learning centres.
The publishing world (production, proofreading, translation).
Literary criticism, literary promotion and technical advice for literature agencies.
Research (institutes of language studies and linguistics, archives and libraries).
Language standardisation agencies.
Linguistic and cultural management activities.
The information society (writing and collaborating with the press, publishing of contents for Internet companies, etc).
Coordinator and coordination teamGemma Rigau Oliver
Tel. 93 581 12 22
EvaluationECTS methodology consists of continued assessment of all academic work done by students.
TimetablesMornings and afternoons
Number of credits: 240
Duration: 4 years
Period of study: Course semesters
Part-time or full-time: Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.
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