The combined Ph.D. program in Romance Languages and Comparative Literature is operated in conjunction with the Committee on Comparative Literature. It calls for 48 units of course work in Romance Languages, 12 units in Comparative Literature, and 12 units of literature courses in one or more languages other than the major literature. Graduate students in this program will teach 6 units or the equivalent in Comparative Literature and 6 units in Romance Languages. There is a single final comprehensive examination in principle, but with modifications to test the student's expertise in Comparative Literature.
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