College of Arts & Letters Transfer Requirements
Students desiring to transfer into the College of Arts and Letters must apply to a specific major within the college. Once a transfer student has been successfully admitted to the college and a major, changes to a student's major are typically not considered.
Admission to the College of Arts and Letters is contingent upon enrollment in a liberal arts curriculum. Students intending to major in Arts and Letters Pre-Health Studies must indicate their intent on their transfer application.
In addition to making progress in the University's Core Curriculum, a prospective student should prepare a schedule for the intended major based on the following:
- Africana Studies
- American Studies
- Arabic Studies
- Art History
- Film, Television, and Theatre
- French and Francophone Studies
- Gender Studies
- Greek and Roman Civilization
- International Economics
- Irish Language and Literature
- Italian Studies
- Medieval Studies
- Neuroscience and Behavior
- Philosophy and Theology
- Political Science
- Program of Liberal Studies
- Romance Languages and Literatures
- Studio Art
Students who have completed first-year coursework that closely mirrors Notre Dame's first-year coursework will be more competitive in the transfer admissions process. Please be aware that the College of Arts and Letters does not favor substituting sophomore courses for those required in the first year.