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Hey all,
I have a kind of complicated question regarding English requirements...
I am planning to take an upper division course called Chinese Literature In Translation: Modern Literature to fulfill my Chinese minor requirements. The class is completely taught in English, we will be reading, analyzing, and writing about translated texts. Does this count as an "English" class that satisfies the 1 year English requirement for med schools?

Thanks for any input :)
 

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If an English major/minor can't take it for English major/minor credit, then definitely not.
 

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Hey all,
I have a kind of complicated question regarding English requirements...
I am planning to take an upper division course called Chinese Literature In Translation: Modern Literature to fulfill my Chinese minor requirements. The class is completely taught in English, we will be reading, analyzing, and writing about translated texts. Does this count as an "English" class that satisfies the 1 year English requirement for med schools?

Thanks for any input :)
Is Dante's Inferno still being taught in English classes? It wasn't originally written in English...
 

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Hey all,
I have a kind of complicated question regarding English requirements...
I am planning to take an upper division course called Chinese Literature In Translation: Modern Literature to fulfill my Chinese minor requirements. The class is completely taught in English, we will be reading, analyzing, and writing about translated texts. Does this count as an "English" class that satisfies the 1 year English requirement for med schools?

Thanks for any input :)
Absolutely not. English literature =/= Chinese literature.
 

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You where never required to take a English or Lit class as a general undergraduate education?

Sign me up for what ever school you went to