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Combining Comp Lit with other majors

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HOW DOES COMPARATIVE LITERATURE COMBINE WITH RELATED MAJORS?

 

Comparative Literature Major with a FOREIGN LANGUAGE Major

Course

Credits

CMLIT 100

3

CMLIT 010

3

CMLIT 400Y

3

CMLIT 4XX (any 400-level CMLIT course)

3

NOTE: 12 of the credits below must be at the 400 level.

 

Supporting courses in comparative literature

 

Choose any TWO additional CMLIT courses.

6

Foreign language

 

Choose TWO foreign language courses beyond the 003 level.

Double 6 credits

Additional courses

 

Choose FOUR literature courses in the department of your

Double 12 credits

foreign language major.

 

(These must be literature courses.)

 

If you have a major in another language with a literature focus, you may add a CMLIT major with 18 credits.

 

Comparative Literature Major with English 

Course

Credits

CMLIT 100

3

CMLIT 010

3

CMLIT 400Y

3

CMLIT 4XX (any 400-level CMLIT course)

3

NOTE: 12 of the credits below must be at the 400 level.

 

Foreign language

 

Choose TWO foreign language courses beyond the 003 level.

6

Supporting courses in comparative literature

 

Choose any TWO additional CMLIT courses.

6

Additional courses

 

Choose FOUR courses in English.

Double 12 credits

(These must be literature courses

 

and not creative writing and rhetoric courses.)

 

If you have a major in English, you may add a CMLIT major with 24 credits.