Major in World Literature (33 hours) The World Literature Program offers a major leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree. Majors in World Literature take three foundational courses (WLIT 211, 212, and one of the following: ENGL/WLIT 290, 291, CLCS/WLIT 203, 204); either Translation or Literary Theory (WLIT 388 or ENGL/WLIT 387); two courses in literature at the 300-level in a language other than English (see Modern Languages and Literatures and Classics offerings); WLIT 390; and 12 credits of electives, chosen in consultation with the World Literature faculty adviser. Minor in World Literature (15 hours)
The minor in World Literature requires the foundation sequence WLIT 211-212, and nine credits of electives, chosen in consultation with the World Literature faculty adviser. These are normally chosen from Modern Languages and Literatures, English, and Classics offerings. At least one of these must be a course in a literature originally not in English, although it may be in translation.