Comparative Literature, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. degree normally entails at least 30 credits of course work (beyond M.A. courses) and 12 credits of dissertation research. Advising will address the depth, breadth, and coherence of each student's course plan and, if necessary, coordination among different histories of the early modern and modern.
Advance to Candidacy: In addition to the course requirements below, students must successfully pass a Qualifying Exam, as well as fulfill a language requirement. This requirement can be met in various ways (prior coursework, translation test, or a degree in language).
Post-Candidacy: Students must complete at least 12 credits of CMLT899 and successfully defend and submit a dissertation.
|ENGL602||Critical Theory and Literary Criticism||3|
|ENGL611||Approaches to College Composition||3|
|Historical Perspectives course||3|
|Two CMLT seminars||6|
|Remainder of coursework||15|
|Dissertation Research Requirements|
|CMLT899||Doctoral Dissertation Research||12|