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This archived information is dated to the 2008-09 academic year only and may no longer be current.

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Undergraduate Programs in Modern Thought and Literature

Although Modern Thought and Literature has no formal undergraduate degree granting program, undergraduates interested in completing a major in this field may do so through the undergraduate major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. This program is designed for students with a commitment to interdisciplinary study in the humanities. Students may devise majors that incorporate modern literature (since the 18th century), cultural history, and critical theory. Students may also create majors in other interdisciplinary concentrations. For course guidelines, see the Handbook for the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. Students wishing to declare the major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities must apply for admission to the Humanities honors program and for graduation with honors in Humanities.

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