The minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies is designed to foster interdisciplinary learning and research and to provide coherence to a broad range of course offerings from disciplines across the curriculum including art history, English, history, Spanish, French, religion, and interdisciplinary studies.
The minor also provides opportunities for students to link their coursework and research projects more closely with their experiences in co-curricular opportunities such as the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, The Center for Ancient Studies and Archaeology, study abroad experiences, Student Scholarship Recognition Day, external research grants, and internal research grants such as Carson, LARC, Presidential, and Lily.
Requirements for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor (5.5 credits)
• 5 credits chosen from at least two different departments not in the student's major. No more than 1 course in the minor can also count towards the student's major.