Course Plans and Literature

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The link below allows you to search for the latest course plan for your course. The course plan lists the literature you need for each course. When the page opens you type in one of the following course codes in the field 'kurskod' and click 'sök' and the course plan will open.

English BA (A), 30 credits: EN001G 
English BA (B), 30 credits: EN006G 
English BA (C), 30 credits: EN008G 
Business Writing, 7,5 credits: EN002G
Master Programme in English Studies, 60 credits: HENGA
   - English MA, Perspectives on the Humanities
, 7,5credits: EN0008A
   - English MA, Linguistics, 7,5 credits: EN010A
   - English MA, Literary Theory I, 7,5 credits: EN0009A
   - Electives:
      - English MA, Linguistic Methodology
, 7,5 credits: EN011A
      - English, MA, Literary Theory II, 7,5 credits: EN012A

Click here to search for your course plan

Literature
Each course plan lists the literature you will need for each course. Literature consists of obligatory literature, which you have to obtain and reference literature, which is useful but not obligatory.

Make sure that you obtain the obligatory literature in good time, especially Net students who are based overseas.

Tips for obtaining literature
Always try to get the latest edition of a book. When it comes to novels needed for the literature modules, it usually does not matter which edition you buy as the text is the same, but make sure you do not buy shortened or abridged editions. However, if the text is, for example, a play you may need to buy a apecific edition with explanatory notes.

When it comes to novels needed for the literature modules, generally it doesn't matter which edition you buy as the text is the same, but make sure you do not buy shortened or abridged editions.

Mid Sweden University Library is a good place to start.

LIBRIS is a national library database which allows you to search libraries nationwide for a book.

A good site to use for buying course literature on the Internet is www.bokfynd.nu This site lists the various Internet vendors that sell each book, lists the price and shipping costs as well as delivery times.

Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk also lists second-hand books for sale, often at the fraction of normal retail prices. Search for a book as normal and then look for the link for 'used books'.