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Minor Code - U141

The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary minor. It is “hosted” in the English department, where administrative oversight is provided. Collaborating participants include the departments of Art History; English; History; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; and World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.

The minor requires 15 hours, 9 of which must be upper-division (300- and 400-level), and 12 of which must be unique (not counted toward another major or minor). Three disciplines must be represented.

Minimum grade of C- is required in all courses counted toward the minor.
Select 15 hours from courses below.15
The minor requires 15 hours, 9 of which must be upper-division (300- or 400-level), and 12 of which must be unique (not counted toward another major or minor). Three disciplines must be represented.
Medieval
Medieval Architecture
The History of Stained Glass
Northern Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
Baroque
Elementary Latin 1
Elementary Latin 2
Intermediate Latin 1
Intermediate Latin 2
British Literature 1
Shakespeare 1
Literature of the Middle Ages
Chaucer
Shakespeare 2
Milton
Norse Mythology
French Literature in Translation 1
Survey of Literature 1
German Cultural History: 350-1700
European History: Antiquity to 1600
Introduction to Medieval Europe
Renaissance and Reformation
The Mediterranean 1200-1800
France from 1450 to 1750
History of Italy, 1200-1800
Women, Gender, and Kinship in Premodern Europe
Rome: From Romulus to Zenobia
The French Wars of Religion
Britain 1455-1603
Seventeenth Century Colonial America
Survey of Italian Literature 1
History of Western Musical Traditions 1
European Music before 1500
Music of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Historical Introduction to Philosophy
History of Ancient Philosophy
Concepts in Political Theory
Early Spanish American Literature
Early Literature of Spain
Total Hours15