The undergraduate program in Literature and Cultural Theory offers a rich array of courses in literatures from different countries, genres, time periods, and ethnic and cultural traditions. You’ll get the opportunity to study with nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty as you hone your skills as a reader, writer, and critic. Our flexible program helps you tailor your course of study to your specific interests, while also providing skills that are valued in many professions.
Graduates from our program pursue successful careers in law, education, health care, journalism, public relations, development, human resources, and business, to name only a few.
For requirements and electives, visit our degree requirements page.
Please visit our Fall 2020 Literature and Cultural Theory Courses page for more information.
For more information, please contact Track A Coordinator:
Professor Mark Netzloff
Curtin Hall 497