BA in English & Cultural Studies

Course overview

Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 4 years
Intakes January, September
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Entry Requirements

  • Applicants must arrange for official high school transcripts to be sent to McMaster University directly from their high school well in advance of the session to which they are applying. The equivalent of first-class standing will be required for admission consideration. Documents in a language other than English should be accompanied by notarized English translations.
  • If you have been asked to meet our English Language Proficiency requirement, you must demonstrate English language proficiency by achieving the minimum requirements as specified by McMaster.


  • Introduction to Feminist Thought
  • Concepts of Culture
  • Modernity/Postmodernity/Visuality
  • Critical Race Studies
  • Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • Contemporary Critical Theory
  • Postcolonial Cultures: Theory and Practice
  • Shakespeare: Comedies, Problem Plays, and Romances
  • Shakespeare: Histories and Tragedies
  • Medieval Literature in England, 1200-1500
  • Studies in 18th-Century British Literature and Culture
  • Old English Literature in Translation
  • Studies in 19th-Century British Literature and Culture
  • The History of Critical Theory
  • Renaissance Literature and Culture
  • Contemporary Canadian Fiction
  • Creative Writing Inquiry
  • Canadian Literature
  • American Literature
  • Modern British Literature
  • Studies in Women Writers
  • Spectacular Bodies
  • Shifting Grounds: Nature, Literature, Culture
  • Reading Film
  • Science Fiction
  • Contemporary Canadian Drama and Theatre
  • African American Literature
  • The Fairy Tale
  • Studies in Genre Fiction
  • Jane Austen
  • African Literature and Film
  • Biblical Traditions in Literature
  • Contemporary Native Literature in Canada
  • Contemporary Native Literature in the United States
  • Children's Literature

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