Undergraduate Course Catalog

Medieval Renaissance Studies

This minor encourages an appreciation of the foundations of Western culture. The minor is also an initial preparation for professional careers in libraries, museums, and institutions of higher education.

For more information, call the Department of English at 765-285-8580.


MINOR IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES
(liberal arts), 24 hours

PREFIX  NO     SHORT TITLE 

CR HRS 

ENG 
HIST

 

260 
151
or
152

Brit Lit 1 
World Civ 1 (3)

World Civ 2 (3)

3


3

3 hours from

FR 
GER
SP
FL 

334
335
334
490

Civ Cult Old (3)
Civ Cult (3)
Civ Cult Sp (3)
Indpen Study (1-9)

3

3 hours from

AHS
POLS

101
312

Art Survey 1(3)
Early W Thot (3)


3

3 hours from 

ANTH
 
COMM
ECON
MATHS
MUHIS
PHIL
RELST
THEAT

103
111
420
201
460
330
300
250
317
318

Archaeology (3)
Anth Cul Glb (3)
Classic Rhet (3)
Elem Micro (3)
Hist of Math (3)
Music Histry (3)
Hist Ancient (3)
Bibl Interpr (3)
Pre-Mod Hist (3)
Adv Topics (3)

3

     

15 hrs
Complete one option
Option 1: English, 9 hours
9 hours from

ENG
 
 
 

280
322
400
464

Brit Lit 2 (3)
Dev Eng Lang (3)
Spc Top Eng (3)
Shakespeare (3)

9

Option 2: Modern Languages and
Classics, 9 hours
9 hours from

CC
 
 
 
FR
 
GER
 
LAT
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SP

101
205
303
305
401
498
401
498
301
302
303
304
401
402
403
404
498
498

Word Origins (3)
Myths World (3)
Grk Rom Cult (3)
Classic Myth (3)
Hist Lit 1 (3)
Readings (1-9)
Hist Lit 1 (3)
Readings (1-9)
Prose 1 (3)
Poetry 1 (3)
Prose 2 (3-6) 
Poetry 2 (3)
Hist Lit 1 (3)
Hist Lit 2 (3)
Sem Prose (3-6)
Sem Poetry (3-6)
Readings (1-9)
Readings (1-9)

9

Option 3: History, 9 hours
9 hours from

HIST

  
  
  
  
  
 
 
 

151
or
152
300
450
461
462
463
464
467
475
477  

World Civ 1 (3)

World Civ 2 (3) 
Internship (3-12)
Read Spec St (1-3) 
Dvl Greek Cv (3)
Dvl Roman Cv (3)
Medieval Civ (3)
Byzantin Civ (3)
Renais Refrm (3)
Br 1485–1714 (3)
Eng Constitu (3)

9


24 hrs

Students electing FR 334, GER 335, or SP 334 must have two years of college credit or the equivalent in the elected language. Recommended for students pursuing liberal arts. Students electing FL 490 will enroll in either 3 hours of independent study or classroom instruction in continental literature in translation, which may be taken in conjunction with, for example, FL 306 or HONRS 202. 
    Topics for ENG 400 will be subject to approval by the department program advisor. Prerequisite will be waived for students enrolled in this program. 
    Projects for HIST 300 will be subject to approval by the department program advisor. 
    Topics for FR 498, GER 498, LAT 498, and SP 498 will be subject to approval by the department program advisor. 
    Students are advised to consult with the appropriate department for prerequisites or exclusions from certain courses.