Medieval and Renaissance Studies | Minor
Stained glass in Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, Kent in England.
The interdisciplinary Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies is a program, requiring 18 semester hours, that aims to allow students the opportunity to discover and re-examine knowledge about the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and to teach students how to employ a variety of methods of historical and theoretical analysis as models for such scholarship.
The program provides students an opportunity to explore and excel at the highest academic level in an area of study they are passionate about. Courses and the faculty who teach them bring together a wide variety of interests and knowledge from a broad range of academic departments which provide students in the minor a true interdisciplinary experience.
The program's Third Student Colloquium takes place on Friday, April 5 in the Coates Library Special Collections, 3-5.30pm - click here for details
Courses in Medieval and Renaissance Studies being offered in Fall 2013 are listed here.