The minor in Comparative Literature allows students to combine courses in Comparative Literature with courses in a national literature, including English or foreign literature in translation. There is no foreign language requirement for the minor.
Consult the Department office.
All Comparative Literature majors and minors must consult with their advisor, individually, at least once at the beginning and once at the end of each academic year.
|Major Works of the Ancient World|
|Major Works of the Medieval & Early Modern World|
|Major Works of the Modern World|
|Major Works of the Contemporary World|
|Choose at least five upper division literature courses, at least four of which are in Comparative Literature (COM)1. Courses should be chosen in consultation with the approval of the advisor.||20|