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  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalogue

Medieval Studies Minor


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The historical period known as the Middle Ages has a rich and stimulating cultural and intellectual tradition that offers a unique insight not only into its own significant historical era but also into contemporary Western Civilization. Students may draw from a wide variety of disciplines to develop a portrait of this exciting and important time period: history, literature, philosophy, theology, art, and languages. A minor in Medieval Studies recognizes a student’s appreciation for and understanding of the thought and spirit of the Middle Ages. 

Minor requirements include:


  1. The student must be a degree candidate at Saint Anselm College.
  2. The student must formally register for the interdisciplinary minor with the chair no later than the first semester of the junior year.
  3. The student must complete five courses with a minimum grade of C (2.0) in each course. The student must earn a minimum C (2.00) cumulative grade point average in the courses of the interdisciplinary minor.
    1. The student is required to take either Medieval Philosophy (PH 212 ) or Great Books Seminar II-The Medieval World (PH 272 )
    2. The student is required to take either The Early Middle Ages (HI 313 ) or The High Middle Ages (HI 314 ).
    3. The student is required to take one course in medieval art or literature: for example, Post-Classical Latin (CL 346 ), Studies in Medieval Literature (EN 233 ), Special Topics in Medieval Literature (EN 333), or Art of the Middle Ages (FAH 212 ).
    4. The student is required to take Medieval Theology (TH 321 ).
    5. The student is to take one other course concerning the Middle Ages. This course can be from those listed in category ‘c’ above or from other related courses such as TH 400  or PH 467 when they focus on a medieval figure.
  1. The student must successfully complete a comprehensive oral examination on material from the five courses of the interdisciplinary minor.

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