The Bachelor of Arts in Medieval Studies
The Bachelor of Arts in Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary major that can either operate as an independent major or as a compliment to one of the affiliate degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences.
|MRST 2100||The Medieval World||3 credit hours|
|HIST 3040||The Middle Ages to 1100||3 credit hours|
|HIST 3050||The Middle Ages, 1100 to 1450||3 credit hours|
|ARTH 2450||Medieval Art Survey||3 credit hours|
|THEO 2300||Medieval Theology||3 credit hours|
|ENGL||Student may select any 3000-level medieval course.||3 credit hours|
Three courses (9 hours) at the 300 level in one primary field: Theological Studies, Philosophy, History, Art History, Archaeology, Medieval Literature.
Two courses (6 hours) at the 300 level in a secondary field: Theological Studies, Philosophy, History, Art History, Archaeology, Medieval Literature.
A Medieval Capstone, fulfilled by ONE of the following:
|MRST 410||Medieval Synthesis||2 credit hours|
|MRST 491||Medieval Internship||3 credit hours|
|A seminar-level course in the primary or secondary field||3 credit hours|
Total Credit Hours: 36-40
- Students may use six hours of credit from another, primary major to fulfill requirements for the B.A. in Medieval Studies as a secondary major.
- Students may apply Core Requirement Courses to the Medieval Studies B.A.