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Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Undergraduate Programs

Certificate in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (code CLSCCT01)

Requirements

  • 1. A bachelor's degree with an approved major. Certificate may be completed prior to the completion of the B.A. requirement or while in the process of working toward an advanced degree.
  • 2. Consultation and approval of the program with a faculty advisor.
  • 3. Intermediate level language proficiency on the college level, including a course in medieval or Renaissance literature of the language. It is expected that the language will be Anglo-Saxon, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, or Spanish, but with consent of the advisor another language may be substituted.
  • 4. Twenty-four units selected from the following courses. Students should elect to concentrate in either the medieval or Renaissance period.
    • A. Required courses (12 units):
      • One of the following sequences for six units:
      • HIST 316 and 317, 317 and 332, or 332 and 333.
      • One of the following literature courses for three units:
      • CWL 330A, 431, 432, 531, 532; ENGL 451, 452, 453, 552, 553, 554.
      • One of the following Art History courses for three units:
      • AH 408, 409, 410, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 508, 509, 510, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527.
    • B. Nine units selected from the following courses (without repeating the required core):
      • AH 408, 409, 410, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 470A, 470B, 497†, 498†; CWL 330A, 349†, 414I, 422I, 430, 431, 432, 449†; ENGL 363, 432, 451, 452, 453, 462, 463, 468, 469†, 489†, 498†; FREN 335, 470, 471, 472, 490†; GERM 398†, 415, 498†; GK 490†; HIST 316, 317, 318, 319, 332, 333, 334, 335, 351, 353, 400I, 409, 431, 443, 495†, 499†; ITAL 335, 414, 473, 490†; LAT 490†; MUS 360, 400R, 400S; PHIL 413, 490†; POSC 493†, 497†; RGR 450I; R/ST 314; 331I, 338I, 471I, 472I, 490†; SPAN 330†, 400, 438, 446†, 450, 490†; THEA 321, 490†. Graduate courses: AH 508, 509, 510, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527, 570A, 570B, 597†, 598†; CWL 530, 531, 532, 549†, 550†; ENGL 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 562, 568, 583†, 652, 653, 681†, 683†; FREN 570, 571, 572, 590†, 688†; GERM 511†; HIST 510†, 531, 543, 590†, 611†, 631†; MUS 561, 600R, 600S; PHIL 513, 590†, 630†, 690†; R/ST 590†; SPAN 500, 538, 546†, 550, 590†; THEA 690†.
    • C. Three units of directed research on a medieval or Renaissance topic in any of the following courses:
      • Undergraduate courses:
        • AH 495, 496, C/LT 499, ENGL 499, FREN 499, GERM 499, GK 499, HIST 498, ITAL 499, LAT 499, MUS 499, PHIL 499, POSC 499, R/ST 499, SPAN 499, THEA 498.
      • Graduate courses:
        • AH 595, 596, ENGL 598, 697, FREN 697, GERM 599, 697, HIST 695, 697, PHIL 697, POSC 599, 697, R/ST 697; SPAN 599, THEA 694.

†With an approved medieval or Renaissance topic; certain special studies topics may be repeated for credit with approval.