Effective Fall 2011
Students wishing to pursue a minor in Medieval and Early Modern Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the Program’s designated advisor. Appointments are scheduled at the Program Office.
15 credit hours (and five courses), including at least two upper-division courses, in the medieval and early modern periods, chosen in consultation with the MEMS department advisor. These courses must include
- Geographic area courses. Select one course from two of these five areas:
- African cultures
- American cultures
- Asian cultures
- European cultures
- Middle Eastern cultures
- Disciplinary courses. Select one course from three of these four disciplines:
- historical studies
- art historical or archaeological studies
- language or literary studies
- musicological studies
A single course may count toward both geographic and disciplinary distribution requirements. With the approval of the department advisor, students whose major includes a medieval and early modern studies course in one of these disciplinary categories may substitute one course from a discipline different from that of the major.