Curriculum in Comparative Literature College of Arts and Sciences The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Degrees & Award

Programs Offered:
Offers Comparative Literature (MA, Phd).
Degree Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S, One Foreign Language, Thesis, Exams; For Doctorate, 2 Foreign Languages, Thesis/Dissertation, Exams.


Entrance Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S And Doctorate, GRE General Test, Minimum GPA Of 3.0. Additional Exam Requirements/Recommendations For International Students: Required&Mdash;TOEFL (Minimum Score 600 Paper-Based; 250 Computer-Based).
Application Deadline:
For Fall Admission, 1/1 Priority Date For Domestic Students, 1/1 Priority Date For International Students. Applications Are Processed On A Rolling Basis.
Application Fee:
Student Statistics:
42 Applicants, 64% Accepted, 15 Enrolled.

Student Body

Student Population:
53 Full-Time (34 Women), 1 Part-Time; Includes 5 Minority (3 African Americans, 1 Asian American Or Pacific Islander, 1 Hispanic American), 7 International.


4 Full-Time (3 Women), 12 Part-Time/Adjunct (4 Women).

Financial Aid

Financial Aid:
In 2004&Ndash;05, 36 Students Received Support, Including 2 Fellowships With Full Tuition Reimbursements Available (Averaging $17,000 Per Year), 1 Research Assistantship With Full Tuition Reimbursement Available (Averaging $14,000 Per Year), 33 Teaching Assistantships With Full Tuition Reimbursements Available (Averaging $10,000 Per Year); Federal Work-Study Also Available. Financial Award Application Deadline: 1/1.

Location & Contact

Contact Info
Dr. Edward Donald Kennedy
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Phone: 919-962-1055
Fax: 919-962-5166

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