Minor, Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Studies
The minor in ancient, medieval and early modern studies will provide students with a background in the Western tradition in disciplines that emphasizes key artistic, literary, philosophical, political, religious and social movements in these time periods. Students will a better understanding of the workings and struggles, advancements and achievements, and conflicts and prejudices of these civilizations and cultures. The curriculum requires that students take classes in at least three fields of study and thereby ensures that students will engage in a well-rounded examination of these time periods.
Minimum Requirements for Minor: 18 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|HUM F201X||Unity in the Arts||3|
|Select five from the following:||15|
|Only two electives from the list can be from any one discipline.|
|History of World Art|
|Italian Renaissance Art 1|
|Continental Literature in Translation: The Ancient World 1|
|Continental Literature in Translation: Medieval and Renaissance 1|
|Survey of British Literature: Beowulf to the Romantic Period|
|Studies in 17th- and 18th-Century British Literature 2|
|Studies in Medieval and 16th-Century British Literature 2|
|Shakespeare: History Plays and Tragedies|
|Shakespeare: Comedies and Nondramatic Poetry|
|Renaissance and Reformation Europe 1|
|Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Europe 1|
|History of Western Music I 1|
|Music Before 1620|
|Music in the 17th and 18th Centuries 1|
|History of Ancient Greek Philosophy|
|History of Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant|
|Classical Political Theory 1|
|Modern Political Theory|
Course offered every two years.
Course offered every three years.