Minor in Literature – Richmond University

It’s not just about study, this is your story

Studying abroad

Whether you’re studying in another country, or studying here at the university in London, with Richmond University you have the opportunity to study abroad. That could mean trying out university in London for a semester to a year, studying overseas at any of our partner locations across the world, or taking part in a world internship – designed to give you the experience you need to complement your programme.

Employability

We offer career support and advice throughout your studies (through the Careers & Internships Office), doing everything we can to make sure you stand out from the crowd when you graduate. Just by taking part in a liberal arts degree, you’re learning a wealth of transferable skills, including learning to adapt to the working climate – essential criteria employers look for. You could also benefit from work experiences and internships as part of your programme; giving you an extra advantage at the start of your career.

Programme Structure

Minor requirements – US Credits 18 – UK Credits 72
One of the following:

LIT 4200 Introduction to World Literature

THR 5405 or THR 5140 Shakespeare and his World I or II

plus four of the following:

COM 5205 Cultural Theory

CRW 5200 Scriptwriting

FLM 5405 Adaptations: Literature and Cinema

LIT 5100 Travel Writing

LIT 5400 Contemporary London Literature

LIT 5405 British Fantasy Writing

THR 5205 Modern Drama

Undergraduate Prospectus