The major in medieval studies requires 30 credits of
coursework, as follows:
1. Four semesters of classical Latin
or a non-English European vernacular, or one semester of Old English Language
and Literature (01:358:411 or 01:358:412). Four semesters of another language
relevant to medieval studies (for instance, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew) may be used
to fulfill this requirement by permission of the director.
2. 6 credits in introductory courses on medieval European
civilization, currently offered as 01:667:281,282 Medieval Civilization
3. 3 credits in the seminar in medieval studies, currently
offered as 01:667:481 Senior Seminar in Medieval Studies, or equivalent course by permission
4. 18 credits in six elective courses chosen from approved
cognate courses on medieval Europe offered in affiliated departments. Of the
six elective courses, at least four must be at the 300 level or above. No more
than three elective courses may be from any one department.