2016-2017 Catalog > Undergraduate Studies > Undergraduate Minors > Medieval Studies Minor
Coordinator: Heather Mitchell-Buck
The medieval studies minor examines the history, literature, religion and art of the Middle Ages. By exploring medieval Europe from the vantage point of several disciplines, students gain an understanding of the period’s richness and depth. The minor is offered by the departments of art, english, history, and philosophy and religious studies.
Students minoring in medieval studies are reminded of the College requirement that a minor must include 12 credits outside the student’s major.
The minor consists of at least five courses, distributed as indicated.
1.0 - 4.0
1.0 - 3.0
HIST 375, HIST 470, REL 375: Courses require prior written permission of the coordinator.
ART 375, ART 470, ENGL 375, GER 207: Courses require prior written permission of the coordinator.
With permission, other courses on medieval topics may count toward the minor.
A departmental honors paper in one of the above disciplines may also be used as one of the courses required for the minor, with the prior written permission of the coordinator.
Total Credit Hours: 16.0-20.0
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