NOUN B.A. English registrable courses and their fees are listed below from 100 level to 400 level.

 

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NOUN B.A. English Course Outline

 

Course Code

100 Level First Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST101 Use of English & Communication Skills I 2 C
GST105 History & Philosophy of Science 2 C
GST107 The Good Study Guide 2 C
CSS111 Introduction to Sociology 3 E
CIT101 Computer in Society 2 C
LIN111 Introduction to Linguistics I 2 E
ENG111 Introduction to Literature and Literary Criticism (for Law students) 3 E
ENG113 Introduction to Nigerian Literature I 2 C
ENG121 Structure of Modern English I 2 C
ENG141 Spoken English 3 C
ENG161 Theatre Workshop 2 C
ENG181 Introduction to Prose Fiction 2 C
FRE101 Basic French Grammar I 2 E

 

Course Code

100 Level Second Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST102 Use of English & Communication Skills II 2 C
CIT102 Application Software Skills 2 C
LIN112 Introduction to Linguistics II 2 E
ENG114   Introduction to Nigerian Literature II 2 C
ENG122 Structure of Modern English II 2 C
ENG151 Introduction to English As A Second Language 2 C
ENG162 Elements of Drama 2 C
ENG172 Introduction to Poetry 2 C
FRE102 Basic French Grammar II 2 E
JLS111 Introduction to Journalism 3 E
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Course Code

200 Level First Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST203 Introduction to Philosophy and Logic 2 C
ENG211 History of the English Language 3 C
ENG221 Introduction to Syntactic Models 2 C
ENG223 Advanced English Composition I 2 C
ENG241 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology of English 3 C
ENG251 Language and Society 3 C
ENG213 Introduction to Oral Literature 2 C
ENG215 Survey of English Literature I (Medieval and Renaissance) 2 E
ENG261 Modern African Drama 3 C
ENG281 The African Novel 3 C
INR111 Introduction to International Studies 2 E

 

Course Code

200 Level Second Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST202 Fundamentals of Peace and Conflict Resolutions 2 C
ENG212 Creative Writing I 3 E
ENG222 Advanced English Syntax 2 C
ENG224 Advanced English Composition II 2 C
ENG226 English Morphology 3 C
ENG272 Modern African Poetry 3 C
ENG216 Survey of English Literature II (Restoration to present) 2 E
MAC212 Media and Society 3 E
PCR272 Concept and Practice of Peace Building 2 E

 

NOUN BA english course outline and fees

Course Code

300 Level First Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST301 Entrepreneurship Studies I 2 C
ENG311 Research Methods 3 C
ENG321 Contemporary English Usage 3 C
ENG351 Introduction to Applied Linguistics 3 C
ENG353 The English Language in Nigeria 3 C
ENG355 Introduction to Sociolinguistics 3 C
ENG312 Creative Writing II 3 E
ENG313 Black Diaspora Literature I – African-American 2 E
ENG315 Genres of African Oral Literature 2 E
ENG381 The English Novel 2 E

 

Course Code

300 Level Second Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
GST302 Entrepreneurship Studies II 2 C
ENG314 Public Speaking 2 C
ENG316 Communication for Business 2 C
ENG331 Introduction to Semantics 3 C
ENG341 The Phonology of English 3 C
ENG352 Discourse Analysis 3 C
ENG362 English Drama 2 E
ENG372 English Poetry 2 E
ENG318 Black Diaspora Literature II – Caribbean 2 E
INR332 War and Peace in West Africa since 1960 2 E

 

Course Code

400 Level First Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
ENG411 English for Specific Purposes 3 C
ENG421 New Trends in Syntax 3 C
ENG453 Language and National Development 3 C
ENG491 Psycholinguistics 3 C
ENG415 Literary Theory and Criticism 3 E
ENG417 Post-colonial African Literature 2 E
ENG419 African Literature and Gender 2 C
ENG423 Literature of the Romantic Period 2 E

 

Course Code

400 Level Second Semester

Credit Unit

Status

       
ENG414 Speech Writing 3 C
ENG416 Creative Writing III 2 E
ENG418 Project/Long Essay 6 C
ENG432 Pragmatics 3 C
ENG454 Multilingualism 3 C
ENG434 Literary Stylistics 3 C
ENG424 New Nigerian Literature 2 E
ENG426 Century English Literature 2

 

NOUN school fees for B.A. English

 

As we have discussed in how much is NOUN school fees

  • Course registration (per 3unit credit  course ) = N2,500 

  • Course registration (per 2unit credit course) = N2,000 

  • Exam registration per course = N1,500

  • Semester registration fee (100 level first semester) = N47,000

  • Semester registration fee (Other levels) = N18,000

 

That’s how to calculate your NOUN school fees for B.A. English.

 

To explain further (using a different department), I’m in 300level second semester this is how much i will pay;

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  • Course registration fees N2000 X 7 =  N14,000

  • Exam registration fees  N1500 X 7 = N10,500

  • Semester registration fee = N18,000

  • TOTAL SCHOOL FEES = N42,000

 

Please note that it’s not compulsory to register all courses if you don’t have enough money, you can pick any number of course(s) you can afford and register.

 

With the recent increments on NOUN school fees, we urge all NOUNITES to start early this semester and make use of our mock E-exams practice to get their grades up and avoid carryovers.

 

Mock exams have become an essential part of any student’s academic life. It is important to understand the importance of mock exams with the recent increments on NOUN school fees.

 

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