CMLT 4602 Interdepartmental Humanities Seminar

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CMPLT 74.7.
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4 hours; 4 credits

A significant recurrent theme in Western literature and philosophy with emphasis on intensive writing, critical analysis, and research methodologies. Topic is selected by the instructor. Course description may be obtained in the department office before registration. Offered jointly by the Departments of Classics, English, and Philosophy. This course is the same as Classics 74.7, English 4112 [74.7], Philosophy 84.7.

Prerequisite: English 1012 [2] or 2.7; two of the following: English 2120 [51];English 2121 [52]; one advanced elective in the major field;permission of the instructor(s) and the chairperson.


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