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Requirements

Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

No major is available

Requirements for the Minor:

At least 6 credits

  • History 205 or History 206 or History 328
  • English 210
  • Art History 211 or Art History 212
  • 3 courses as electives, from the list below, at least 1 of which must be at the 300-level or higher
    • Art History 211: Medieval Art
    • Art History 212: Italian Renaissance Art
    • Art History 215: Reformation to Revolution 1600-1800
    • Art History 223: Northern Renaissance Art
    • Art History 380: Renaissance Art and Domesticity
    • Art History 383: Hell, Damnation and Romanesque Art
    • Art History 385: Art, Power and Wealth in the Global Middle Ages
    • English 211: English Literature I
    • English 220: Shakespeare
    • English 302: John Donne
    • English 308: Renaissance Drama
    • English 309: The Chaucerian Tradition
    • English 310: The Arthurian Tradition
    • English 402: Chaucer
    • English 405: J.R.R. Tolkien and the Literature of the Inklings
    • Greek Civilizations 204: Greece in Byzantine-Medieval Ages
    • History 205: Medieval History
    • History 243: Crusade & Holy War in Medieval Europe
    • History 322: Roman & Medieval Christianity
    • History 324: Charlemagne: His World
    • History 326: Identity, Body, and Persecution in Medieval Europe
    • History 328: European Reformations, 1200-1600
    • Literature in Translation 210: Don Quijote and Imperial Spain
    • Music 360: Music History I
    • Theater 230: History of Drama I: Greeks to Shakespeare
    • Theater 240: Shakespeare on Film

Students are encouraged to study abroad. Courses transferred in from study abroad programs would be accepted for the minor on a case-by-case basis (as advised).