If you have questions or would like to declare a major, please visit the academic advisor during drop-in hours.
Language Subplan (choose one)
At least 35 credits in the major (beyond preparatory requirements), to include:
- Two semesters of advanced language coursework (third level or above) in the same Asian language, either modern or its classical analogue.
Students with advanced ability in the language will substitute 5000-level
literature/culture courses offered by the department in lieu of the major
language requirement. Students may receive credit upon completing overseas
advanced language study. They must, upon their return, also take an exam to
establish their proficiency at the third-year level. Students may also take
an exam to establish third-year proficiency and use fourth- and fifth-year
language study credits here (8 credits).
- Five 3xxx-5xxx level ALL-designator courses (minimum of 3 credits
each), including ALL 3001 (offered fall semester only). The courses must
include at least one modern and one classical course (15 credits).
- Two electives courses in the arts, humanities, or social sciences
related to the major (6-8 credits). These courses may include ALL-,
ALL-related courses in other departments (upon approval), advanced Asian language, learning
abroad courses*, or transfer courses (upon approval), but may not include 1- or 2-credit
- Major Project: Students must take ALL 4900W (3 credits, offered spring
semester ONLY). CLA students who are double majoring and choose to complete
their major project in a different department must still meet the 35-credit
minimum in the ALL major.
- Other Asian language, literature, or culture courses to meet the
35-credit requirement (may include ALL courses, ALL-related courses in other
departments, learning abroad courses*, transfer credits, and 1-2 credit
All courses must be approved by the department. Only one 1xxx-level ALL course may be applied to the major. Students must take courses on an A-F grading basis and must receive a grade of C- or above in each course. Prior to graduation, students must submit a signed Final Clearance form to their current student advising community (non-CLA students should bring their completed forms to 49 Johnston Hall) verifying completion of major requirements.
*Learning Abroad: Students who choose to use abroad coursework towards the
major must petition their coursework upon return. Students are expected to
work with academic advisor before going abroad.