Comparative Literary Traditions Concentration

Comparative Literary Traditions Concentration

Concentration Director: Dr. Jacob-Ivan Eidt

A CLT concentration is an excellent complement to almost any major, particularly English, as it allows you to get a broader, more international perspective on your area of interest.

Required are five three-credit courses in all: three MCT courses at the 3000-level; two more courses, any combination of MCT courses at any level (3000 or 4000) or the survey courses MCTF3305 or MCTG3305.

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