Foreign Study Courses

ENGL 90

English Study Abroad I

Major credit for this course is awarded to students who satisfactorily complete a course of study elected as part of one of the Department’s two Foreign Study Programs (FSPs). On the London FSP, this will be a course of study in literature at King's College. On the Dublin FSP, this will be a course of study in the English Department at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Of the three courses at TCD at least one must be in Irish literature. Students are also required to do an independent study project on some aspect of Irish literature or culture, culminating in a long essay; the grade for the independent study is factored into the grade for the Irish literature course.  Dist: LIT.

ENGL 91

English Study Abroad II

Major credit for this course is awarded to students who satisfactorily complete a course of study elected as part of one of the Department’s two Foreign Study Programs (FSPs). On the London FSP, this will be a course of study in literature at the King's College. On the Dublin FSP, this will be a course of study in the English Department at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Of the three courses at TCD at least one must be in Irish literature. Students are also required to do an independent study project on some aspect of Irish literature or culture, culminating in a long essay; the grade for the independent study is factored into the grade for the Irish literature course. Dist: LIT.

ENGL 92

English Study Abroad III

One college credit (not major or minor credit) for this course is awarded to students who satisfactorily complete a course of study elected as part of one of the Department’s two Foreign Study Programs (FSPs). English 92, when taken in London, is a Dartmouth College Course taught by FSP director.  Other courses relevant to the study of English literature (in art history, philosophy or media studies, for instance) may be taken subject to the approval of the English Department’s Committee on Departmental Curriculum. English 92 on the London FSP satisfies no distributive requirement. On the Dublin FSP, this will be a course of study in the English Department at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Of the three courses at TCD at least one must be in Irish literature. Students are also required to do an independent study project on some aspect of Irish literature or culture, culminating in a long essay; the grade for the independent study is factored into the grade for the Irish literature course.  London Dist: Varies; Dublin Dist: LIT.