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The 18 semester hours must be taken in at least three different areas (e.g. ENGL, SPAN, GERM), with 15 hours in an area different than the student’s major.
The MINOR IN MEDIEVAL STUDIES consists of 18 semester hours, including HIS 354 or ENGL 375 or MLLL 375. Students must complete 15 hours at the 300-level or above from the approved list of courses below.
Courses taken under a general rubric (such as Engl 498: Seminar in English) that focus on a medieval field of study (such as if Engl 498 were taught as “The Literature of Medieval Piety”) can count toward the minor with clearance from the College of Liberal Arts.
Fall 2016 Offerings
MEDIEVAL COURSES OFFERED IN Spring 2016
FALL 2016: Undergraduate Courses
ENG 354 Topics in Medieval Literature and Culture: Game of Thrones and Its
Mary Hayes, MTuWTh 1:00-4:30
HIS 399 Problems in History: The First Crusade
Courtney Kneupper, MtuWTh 9-12:30
ENG 321:01 Literature of Medieval Europe: The Sonnet
Gregory Heyworth, MTuWTh 2:30-3:45 (First Fall Term)
HIST 354 The Middle Ages
Courtney Kneupper, Tu Th 1:00-2:15
HIS 383 History of the Muslim World: Origins to the Middle Ages
Nicolas Trepanier, MWF 1:00-1:50
REL 323 Islam
Mary Thurlkill, MWF 2:00-2:50
Fall 2016: Graduate courses
GERM 574 History of the German Language
Christopher Sapp, MWF 3:00-3:50
ENG 703 Studies in Early English Literature: Medieval Irish Sagas in
Lindy Brady, Tuesdays, 6:00-8:30PM