Medieval and Renaissance Studies
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor is for students interested in focusing on these particular historical periods and how they manifest in a variety of disciplines. Students must take 6 courses (18 credits) from the course curriculum list below. Courses must come from at least 3 departments; students may focus specifically on the Medieval or Renaissance period, or they can combine courses from both periods. Students' coursework may focus on Western Europe or take a broader view of Medieval and Renaissance geography to include the Middle East, the Far East, and even the Americas. Courses may "double count" with a student's major or additional minor. Other special topics courses may be approved for the minor by the coordinator.
Coordinator: Angela Weisl, English
- Department of English
- B.A., English
- B.A., Creative Writing
- B.A. / M.A. English
- Minor in English
- Minor in Creative Writing
- Minor in Writing
- Minor in Irish Literature
- Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Academic Integrity Policy
- Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum
- University Core Curriculum
- Writing Center
- First Year Writing Program
List of Approved Medieval and Renaissance Studies Courses
- ARTH 2112: Medieval Art
- ARTH 2113: Italian Art of the Renaissance
- ARTH 3101/CORE 3130: The Art of St. Peter’s
- ARTH 3141: Special Topics in Art History
- ARTH 3142/CORE 3132: The Art and Experience of Pilgrimage
- MUHI 1137: Gregorian Chant: Notation Methods of Singing
- CAST 3028-WB Worship and Holy Images in the Catholic Church
- CAST 3994 (CORE 3748) Foundation of Christian Culture
- CAST 3998 (CORE 3762) Italy in the Footsteps of the Saints
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