Approved in 1995, the program recruited students in 1997, separately in four study directions, namely, English and American Literature, Translation Studies, British and American Culture Studies and Comparative Literature Studies.
2.Master program of Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics:
Approved in 2005, the program recruited students in 2007, separately in four study directions, namely, General Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, English for Special Purpose, Cross-culturalCommunications.
Approved in 2009, the program recruited students in 2010, aiming to cultivate high-quality, application-oriented, and professional interpreters and translators.
1.English Major: started in 1978, and recruited students in 1985.
2. German Major: recruited students in 2005, with business German as its orientation.