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The graduate programme in Comparative Literature draws on the combined expertise of staff in the language and literature departments in UCL's Arts and Humanities Faculty, the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). This enables virtually global coverage.
Comparative Literature Phd Thesis
Study for the degrees of MPhil and PhD in Comparative Literature results in the submission of a thesis. The thesis is a book-length contribution to knowledge, based on original research.
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The undergraduate minor in Comparative Literature represents an abbreviated (22 unit minimum) version of the major. It is designed for students who are unable to pursue the major, but who nonetheless seek an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of literature. Plans for the minor should be discussed with the Chair of Undergraduate Studies. All courses must be taken for a letter grade. Up to 5 units of SLE or Independent Study may count towards one of the four additional Comparative Literature courses with approval from the Chair of Undergraduate Studies. Requirements for the minor in Comparative Literature include:
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5. Electives: Majors must complete at least 28 units of electives. 15 of the 28 units must be COMPLIT courses. The remaining courses should form a coherent intellectual focus requiring approval from the Chair of Undergraduate Studies and may be drawn from Comparative Literature offerings, from other literature departments, or from other fields of interdisciplinary relevance. Up to 10 units of Thinking Matters or SLE courses may be counted towards the elective requirement. Electives are subject to adviser consultation and approval.