Modern Thought and Literature
School of Humanities and Sciences
Students who have a background in literature and/or cultural studies can apply for this individualized co-term.
What You'll Study
The Program assumes serious interest in one or more areas of modern thought: history, psychology, philosophy, arts, contemporary culture generally. The term modern is construed to mean roughly from the Enlightenment to the present. Each student proposes an individualized academic program at the time of application. Only one or two students are admitted each year. Students entering the Program may come from any undergraduate discipline, but should have sufficient background in literature and/or cultural studies to be able to participate fully in graduate level courses.