Undergraduate Specialization -

Program:
Program Code:
1022 Postcolonial&Diaspora Lit&Cul
Program Level:
Undergraduate
Award Type:
Specialization Undergraduate
Start Term:
US98
End Term:
US15
College:
Department:
Department of English
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Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture, SPCU (1022)

Required Credits: 20    Program Version: FS01

Requirement 1: Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Literature and Theory
Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Literature and Theory: 1 course from ENG360

Requirement 2: Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Literature
Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Literature: A total 3 courses
At least 1 course from ENG352, ENG350, ENG450, ENG349
At least 1 course from ASN464, ENG354, ENG361, ENG363, ENG426F, ENG436B, ENG460, ENG463, ENG471, ENG351, ENG405, ENG464
At least 1 course from FRN480, FRN485, SPN350, SPN415, SPN416, SPN480, SPN485, PRT340, SPN475

Requirement 3: Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Nonliterary
Specialization - Postcolonial and Diaspora Literature and Culture - Nonliterary: 2 courses from ANP410, ANP411, ANP412, ANP414, ANP415, ANP416, ASN401, FRN440, HA470, HA471, HST210, HST310, HST311, HST312, HST361, HST362, HST381, HST382, HST384, HST385, HST393, MUS425, MUS426, MUS430, PLS461, REL306, REL357, REL360, SOC215, SOC362, SPN345, SPN346, ANP280, ANP330, HA270, HA444, HST281, HST319, HST327, HST363, HST364, HST379, HST380, HST383, MC320, MC372, MC377, MUS427, MUS428, REL355, WS403

Requirement 4
20 credits required to complete this degreeThe specified coursework in this program may not equal this total. The difference must be made up of open options which must be acceptable within the limits of this program. In cases of doubt, please consult an academic advisor.