The Master's degree is a nine and a half month program which includes ten (10) courses. The program begins in early September and ends mid June.
COLT 100 Contemporary Literary Criticism and Theory (F)
COLT 101 Topics in Literary Criticism and Theory(W)
COLT 102 Tutorial, Intensive work with a faculty tutor on a comparative literature subject (F)
COLT 103 Workshop in Critical Writing (S)
COLT 105 Graduate Seminar in research and methodology (W)
COLT 700 Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research (F)
4 upper-level literature courses, distributed across language areas and approved by the graduate advisor