Studies and Majors

Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature
Leading Comparative Literature Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
The University of Texas at Dallas   (62 Bachelors degrees)
Ramapo College of New Jersey   (62 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Santa Barbara   (38 Bachelors degrees)
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities   (34 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Graduate School and University Center   (28 Masters degrees)
University of California-Berkeley   (27 Bachelors degrees)
University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras   (26 Bachelors degrees)
Brown University   (26 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Merced   (24 Bachelors degrees)
University of Washington-Seattle Campus   (23 Bachelors degrees)
Princeton University   (22 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Los Angeles   (21 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Davis   (19 Bachelors degrees)
California State University-Long Beach   (18 Bachelors degrees)
Pennsylvania State University (Penn State)   (17 Bachelors degrees)
New York University   (16 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Irvine   (16 Bachelors degrees)
University of Massachusetts Amherst   (14 Bachelors degrees)
Columbia University   (13 Bachelors degrees)
University of Georgia   (13 Bachelors degrees)
Barnard College   (12 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Graduate School and University Center   (12 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Harvard University   (11 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of California-Berkeley   (11 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
San Francisco State University   (11 Bachelors degrees)
Smith College   (11 Bachelors degrees)
University of Washington-Seattle Campus   (11 Bachelors degrees)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   (10 Bachelors degrees)
University of Massachusetts Amherst   (10 Masters degrees)
Colorado College   (10 Bachelors degrees)
Comparative Literature Description

A program that focuses on two or more literary traditions in the original languages or in translation. Includes instruction in comparative linguistics; applicable foreign languages; English/French language and literature; literary criticism; and applications to genre, period, national, and textual studies as well as literary forms such as poetry, prose, and drama.

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