To fulfill this requirement, students must take three Literature courses (as specified below) taught in a language other than the primary language of the student's major. The lower-division component plus the upper-division component must total three courses in the same language to meet the secondary literature requirement.
The two aspects of this requirement are as follows:
The following courses apply to this component of the requirement:
The number of lower-division courses to be taken will vary, depending on the student's level of preparation in the secondary language.
One or more of the required secondary literature courses must be upper-division. Students whose background in their chosen secondary language’s literature is exceptionally strong may fulfill the secondary literature requirement by taking three upper-division classes, thus bypassing the lower-division component.