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English and Comparative Literature - BA

Program Overview

Are you passionate about reading, writing and critical thinking? Are you looking for a degree that offers flexibility, job security and the chance to explore your passions? Then look no further than an English and comparative literature degree. AUC’s Bachelor of Arts in English and comparative literature program introduces you to the way literature shapes individuals, societies and cultures. The program teaches you to read critically and prompts you to engage with the central problems of human experience. The program fosters a love of the written and spoken word and an appreciation of the power of language in the local community and in the world. Whether you want to pursue a career in academia, journalism, publishing or creative writing, studying English and comparative literature at AUC will equip you with invaluable skills in critical thinking, research, analysis and communication, all of which are highly sought after in today's job market.

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Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in English and comparative literature or the English and comparative literature minor should meet the minimum academic and admission requirements set by AUC.


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