The minor is a part of Cross Disciplinary Programs.

The medieval and renaissance studies minor focuses on the period from the fall of Rome (5th century C.E.) to 1700. The minor allows students to take courses in art history, English, history, music, philosophy, political science, religion and some languages, including medieval languages such as Old English and Middle English in the original or in translation, and elementary and intermediate courses in Arabic, Greek and Latin. Other languages may also be counted for credit with the approval of the instructor. Introductory (i.e., 100 and 200 level) modern language courses are not permitted for credit.

The minimum requirement for a minor in medieval and renaissance studies is 18 credit hours from at least three distinct disciplines.

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