Comparative Literature

  • Comparative Literature

  • Program Designation: Minor

    Program Contact: Dr. BioDun Ogundayo

    Academic Division: Communication and the Arts

    Program Description:

    Our minor in comparative literature will expand and deepen your knowledge and understanding of other (non-western) cultures. This minor gives graduating students a competitive edge in the job market because it underscores their exposure to the diversity of world literatures and cultures. We encourage you to enroll in this minor if you're majoring in English, English education, writing, or business management, or minoring in international studies.

    Minor Requirements

    A minor in comparative literature may be earned by completing the following requirements:

    Course Electives

    • Second Language-2 courses in sequence at the 200 level - 6 Credits

    Credits: 21


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