Requirements for a Major in Medieval Studies

Completion of the 4th semester (or higher) of Latin

1 medieval history course

1 medieval literature course

4 electives selected from the Departments of Art & Art History, Asian Studies, English, History, Music, Norwegian, Philosophy, Religion, and Theater

1 Independent Research, which gives the student a chance to explore a chosen topic in depth.

Great Conversation 116 may be used as an elective.

To read the Medieval Studies Brochure, click here.

Questions? Contact the Director, Anne Groton (Classics), or any of the faculty on the Ancient and Medieval Studies Steering Committee:  Prof. Chris Brunelle (Classics), Prof. Laurel Carrington (History), Prof. Karen Cherewatuk (English), Prof. Tim Howe (History), Prof. Karen Marsalek (English), Prof. James May (Classics), Prof. Danny Muñoz-Hutchinson (Philosophy), Prof. Maggie Odell (Religion), Prof. Steve Reece (Classics), Prof. Jason Ripley (Religion), Prof. Nancy Thompson (Art History), Prof. Lisa Whitlatch (Classics), or Prof. Charles Wilson (Religion)