Medieval and Early Modern Studies - Undergraduate Minor

Students must earn 18 credits from the approved course lists below. At least 9 credits must be upper division. No more than 9 credits may be taken under faculty in any department. Students may request approval for other courses clearly related to Medieval and/or Early Modern Studies from the undergraduate advisor in the Department of English in consultation with faculty in medieval and early modern studies.

Prefix Title Credits
Select three from the following:9
History of Art I3
The Bible as Literature3
British Literature I3
World Literature I3
Western Civilization I3
East Asia to 16003
Islamic Civilizations to 18003
Foundations of Western Culture3
New Testament as Literature3
The Worlds of Arthur3
Introduction to Communication Honors3
Select 9 credits from the following:9
Special Topics in Art History 13
Medieval Art3
Independent Research in Art History 11-9
Seminar in Art History 13
Women Writers 13
Shakespeare I3
Shakespeare II3
Advanced Study in a Literary Form or Genre 13
Advanced Study in a Major Author 13
Women's Literature 13
Women's Literature3
Survey of French Literature I3
Special Topics in French 11-3
Colonial Latin America3
Cultural History of Later Imperial China3
The Roman World3
Spain in the New World: Conquest, Conflict, and Cultural Exchange3
Special Topics 11-9
Urban History3
China through the Ming Dynasty3
Art and Mythology3
Honors Capstone 13
Music History and Literature: Classic through Romantic3
Music of the Baroque Era3
Modern Philosophy3
Independent Studies 11-3
Independent Studies 11-3
Special Topics 13
Total Credits18

Courses are approved for the minor only when their topics are appropriate. Students must seek approval to count these courses for the minor from the undergraduate advisor in the Department of English.