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Medieval Studies (Minor)

Undergraduate
  • Minor

About this Program

Do you like to geek out about the past? The medieval studies minor examines the history, literature, religion and art of the Middle Ages.

Program Overview

By exploring medieval Europe from the vantage point of several disciplines, students gain an understanding of the period’s richness and depth.

The minor consists of 15 credits; because not all of the courses that count toward the minor are offered every year, students are encouraged to meet with Professor Mitchell-Buck so that she can help draw up a plan and choose appropriate courses.

Departmental Honors Papers and Independent Studies may be counted toward the minor with prior permission.

The minor is offered jointly by the following departments:

Program Contact

Heather

Coordinator, Medieval Studies Minor

Phone
301-696-3741

Degrees Offered

  • Minor

Small Class Size

Our average class has 15 students.

All Faculty
Mark Sandona

Mark Sandona

  • Professor of English
  • Chair, Department of English and Communication Arts