Special Major in Comparative Literature

Undergraduate commencement in Alumni Arena.

An undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature is complementary to the globalized world in which we live. If you are interested in critical reflection on literature and culture, if you like literature in various languages, you can explore the special major in Comparative Literature.

Degree Requirements (45 credits)

All Comparative Literature Majors are self-designed and must be approved by the College of Arts and Sciences Special Major Advisor, as well as by two faculty advisors from the COL Department. If you are interested in designing a Comparative Literature Special Major, please consult the COL Director of Undergraduate Studies.

The above information is provided as a guide only. Requirements may vary. Please see the Department Director of Undergraduate Studies, or your advisor for information tailored to your situation.

Admissions

For more information on how to apply for a Special Major: 
http://casadvising.buffalo.edu/majors/special_majors.html

Ewa Ziarek.

637 Clemens Hall

Phone: (716) 645-0853

epziarek@buffalo.edu

Julian Park Professor of Comparative Literature
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Comparative Literature
College of Arts and Sciences