The Undergraduate Certificate in World Literature provides a survey of movements and trends in World Literature as well as the opportunity to focus on specific topics, eras, or areas of the field. Students are given a conceptual framework and the methodological tools to enable them to analyze works of literature, including genres, rhetorical choices, and worldviews that are reflected in national literatures. The certificate program will deepen a student’s knowledge of various cultural beliefs, behaviors, practices, and value systems as these are expressed in literature and related works of art.

HUM 140Introduction to World Literature3
Choose one of the following3
World Literature I
World Literature II
World Literature III
Two courses representing two separate national literatures in original language or in translation6
Examples include but are not limited to the following:
African-American Theatre and Drama
Islamic Literature
Japan's Literary Legacy
World Indigenous Literatures
Italian Literature in Translation: _____
Hindu Epics, Past and Present