The minor in Comparative Literature is ideal for students who want to supplement their education with the study of literature from diverse traditions. A minor in Comparative Literature trains you to think in original and exciting ways about the relationship between literatures, media, the arts, ideas, and the cultures and environments that produce them. By providing opportunities to make innovative connections among a diverse array of human arts and experiences, comparative literature prepares you for a globalized world.
Comparative Literature Minor
Pairs with any major
The minor in Comparative Literature combines with any major, allowing you to pair your studies with your interest in literature from around the world. Comparative Literature courses add depth of interest to any degree—in the sciences, social sciences, business, the humanities, or any pre-professional course of study.
Students who minor in Comparative Literature may not also minor in Comparative Arts. Comparative Literature majors may obtain the minor in Comparative Arts but may not count the same courses for both the major and the Comparative Arts minor.