Medieval Studies

(18 semester hours)

For information, contact John M. Jeep, Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages, 152 Irvin Hall (513-529-1952).

This minor provides a basis for understanding and evaluating Western civilization by showing its roots in the Middle Ages. It establishes a full cultural context so students can understand and appreciate medieval literature, history, art, religion, and philosophy.

The Medieval Studies minor is open to all students, but will probably be of most interest to majors in art history, classics, English, French and Italian, German, history, philosophy, religion, and Spanish.

Program Requirements

Eighteen semester hours from any of the following:

ART 466, 467, 468, and 480W

ENG 371 and 431

FRE 443, 444

GER 260A

HST 313, 321, 345, 346, 353, 381, and 451

ITL 401

LAT 404

PHL 430

REL 232 and 430

SPN 351

Credit for course work at Dolibois European Center and in special seminars and other infrequently offered courses may also be applied to the minor with the approval of the Medieval Studies coordinator.

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