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Minor - Renaissance and Early Modern St

Minor - Renaissance and Early Modern St


A minor in Renaissance and Early Modern studies offers students the opportunity to do interdisciplinary work in the period from roughly 1350 to 1789.

Course Requirements

This minor consists of 18 semester hours at the 300 level or above, taken in at least three different academic departments. Twelve of these semester hours must be outside the student’s major. Students must take the core course, Engl 376/His 376/Mlll 376 Renaissance and Early Modern Studies. Students are encouraged to explore course offerings in art history, religion, philosophy, music, anthropology, classics, linguistics, modern languages, English, and history. A list of approved courses is available from the director of the program.

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