Comparative Literature



Rank Program Regres Quality Survey Quality Student Outcomes Jobs at Grad Diversity Students Faculty Student / Faculty
1-9

University of Maryland-College Park Comparative Literature

1-3

2-12

34-43

69%*

1-1

20

19

1.1

1-10

Brown University Comparative Literature

7-42

1-15

1-39

100%*

18-34

21

40

0.5

1-9

Harvard University Comparative Literature

2-9

6-17

1-21

73%

9-24

51

42

1.2

1-10

Stanford University Comparative Literature

2-9

1-13

1-25

84%

18-32

21

26

0.8

1-10

Princeton University Comparative Literature

1-20

1-7

1-20

65%

17-32

27

40

0.7

1-10

University of California-Berkeley Comparative Literature

2-13

1-9

8-30

64%

25-41

68

34

2.0

1-12

Purdue University-Main Campus Comparative Literature

3-43

1-11

5-24

73%

2-7

28

48

0.6

3-11

Duke University Literature

4-16

5-15

6-23

69%

3-12

49

36

1.4

2-11

New York University Comparative Literature

2-23

3-15

5-31

74%

3-11

60

29

2.1

5-13

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Comparative Literature

6-23

14-26

7-24

59%

5-17

34

90

0.4

9-19

Emory University Comparative Literature

10-30

6-18

5-21

87%

24-40

37

23

1.6

7-22

Indiana University-Bloomington Comparative Literature

11-41

8-29

3-42

57%

6-19

28

72

0.4

10-22

University of Pennsylvania Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

5-21

3-16

10-32

62%

8-21

30

30

1.0

9-21

Yale University Comparative Literature

5-24

2-13

3-24

59%

33-43

26

29

0.9

11-22

Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus Comparative Literature

15-38

8-19

3-17

65%

20-37

28

51

0.5

11-22

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Comparative Literature

12-35

17-33

21-38

72%

25-40

43

51

0.8

11-24

University of Chicago Comparative Literature

6-23

5-17

24-38

50%

44-45

43

52

0.8

11-26

Northwestern University Comparative Literary Studies

7-30

15-32

2-21

69%*

29-43

17

37

0.5

12-26

The University of Texas at Austin Comparative Literature

9-35

19-39

2-31

61%

26-43

47

57

0.8

14-30

Johns Hopkins University Humanities

9-39

5-17

3-24

69%*

28-43

23

14

1.6

15-29

University of California-Santa Cruz Literature

6-32

29-44

22-38

69%*

20-37

64

48

1.3

15-29

University of Washington-Seattle Campus Comparative Literature

26-43

22-40

11-31

71%

27-41

46

65

0.7

16-31

University of California-Los Angeles Comparative Literature

11-35

18-36

6-32

70%

18-33

52

23

2.3

16-30

University of California-San Diego Literature

15-41

40-46

40-44

89%

3-13

84

48

1.8

18-34

Cornell University Comparative Literature

5-22

21-39

5-28

64%

11-25

26

27

1.0

19-34

University of California-Davis Comparative Literature

12-39

14-26

1-14

50%

9-24

21

27

0.8

21-34

SUNY at Binghamton Comparative Literature

14-37

22-40

35-42

57%

7-19

78

40

1.9

20-34

Stony Brook University Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies

28-43

18-34

7-27

59%

5-18

36

37

1.0

22-37

University of Oregon Comparative Literature

15-42

12-30

14-41

50%

16-34

28

30

0.9

21-36

Washington University in St Louis Comparative Literature

11-38

19-39

2-31

62%

13-29

24

29

0.8