Comparative Literature Minor
Department of English and Comparative Literature
Greenlaw Hall, CB# 3520
The comparative literature minor offers students flexibility to develop creative approaches to international literature and film, while placing a strong emphasis on foreign language learning and training in theory. The program encourages students to develop rigorous analytic skills and excellent communication skills applicable to a wide range of fields.
- Comparative Literature Minor
- Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Literacy Minor
- Creative Writing Minor
- English Minor
- Global Cinema Minor
- Latina/o Studies Minor
- Medicine, Literature, and Culture Minor
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must:
- take at least nine hours of their minor "core" requirements at UNC–Chapel Hill
- earn a minimum of 12 hours of C or better in the minor (some minors require more)
For more information, please consult the degree requirements section of the catalog.
|One course from Great Books I (CMPL courses numbered between 120 and 129)||3|
|Great Books I: Epic and Lyric Traditions|
|Great Books I: Romancing the World H|
|Great Books I: Visual Arts and Literature from Antiquity to 1750 H|
|Great Books I: Politics and Literature from Antiquity to 1750|
|Great Books I: Science and Literature from Antiquity to 1750|
|One course from Great Books II (CMPL courses numbered between 130 and 142)||3|
|Great Books II H|
|Great Books II: Savage, Native, Stranger, Other|
|Great Books II: Performance and Cultural Identity in the African Diaspora|
|Great Books II: Imaging the Americas from the Late 18th Century to the Present|
|Great Books II: Travel and Identity H|
|Visual Culture II|
|Three additional courses numbered between CMPL 200 and CMPL 699||9|
Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.
Courses cross-listed between comparative literature and classics may not be counted for a minor in comparative literature by students majoring in classics.
Comparative Literature (CMPL) course descriptions.
See the program page here for special opportunities.