Requirements and Courses


In addition to a variety of core courses in Medieval Studies, many courses for this program are drawn from the departments of Anthropology and Archeology, Classics, English, Folklore, French and Spanish, History, Religious Studies, and Gender Studies.

This provides a breadth of study into the culture, thought, religions, writings, languages, history and societies of the Middle Ages.

Major in Medieval Studies

A Major in Medieval Studies consists of all the general requirements of the Bachelor of Arts program, including a minimum of 36 credit hours in courses chosen from Table 1 Approved Courses in Medieval Studies as follows:

  1. 3 credit hours in Medieval Studies 1000 or the former Medieval Studies 2000;
  2. 6 credit hours in the study of the Latin language, normally Medieval Studies 1120 and 1121;
  3. 3 credit hours in one of Medieval Studies 2001 or 2002; and
  4. A further 24 credit hours in approved courses, including a minimum of 6 credit hours at the 3000-level or above, and a minimum of 6 credit hours in courses at the 4000-level;

Minor in Medieval Studies

The Minor in Medieval Studies consists of a minimum of 24 credit hours in Medieval Studies courses as follows:

  1. Medieval Studies 1000 or the former Medieval Studies 2000;
  2. 3 credit hours in Medieval Studies 2001 or 2002;
  3. 3 credit hours in courses at the 4000-level; and
  4. an additional 15 credit hours in Medieval Studies courses. Courses at the 3000-level or above are recommended.

Full regulations and details regarding Medieval Studies Programs, as well as eligible courses offereed in other departments, are listed in the University Calendar (be sure to scroll down past the Philosophy entry):

Medieval Studies Program requirements in the University Calendar

For a complete list Medieval Studies courses, consult the University Calendar here (be sure to scroll down past the Philosophy entry):

Medieval Studies Courses in the University Calendar

Upcoming Courses in the Program

To look for course offerings in upcoming semesters please visit:

 http://www.mun.ca/hss/courses.php

Contact

Department of Philosophy

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Tel: (709) 864-8000