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Medieval & Early Modern Studies Minor

 
 

Medieval and Early Modern Studies Minor

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General Requirements

  • Students must meet with a college advisor to declare a minor and review the course requirements.
  • A grade of C or higher is required for all courses in the minor.
  • A minimum of 12 credit hours of the minor must be completed at FGCU.
  • Students desiring certification of a minor and designation on their academic transcript must verify that the minor is displayed on their Graduation Application.

Specific Information

Complete two courses (6 hours) of the following:

  • ARH 2050 History of the Visual Arts I (3)
  • ENL 2012 British Literature and Culture I (3)
  • EUH 2021 Medieval European History (3)
  • LIT 2110 Intro to World Literature and Culture I (3)

Complete four courses (12 hours) of the following:

  • ARH 3200 Medieval Art (3)
  • ARH 3301 Renaissance and Baroque Art (3)
  • ENL 3210 Anglo Saxon and Medieval Lit (3)
  • ENL 3220 Renaissance Literature and Culture (3)
  • ENL 3323 Shakespeare Survey (3)
  • ENL 4191 The English Epic (3)
  • ENL 4218 Medieval British Romance (3)
  • ENL 4295 Literature of the Plague (3)
  • ENL 4338 Shakespeare and Elizabethan Culture (3)
  • EUH 3121 Fall of the Roman Empire and Barbarian Kingdoms (3)
  • EUH 3122 High and Later Middle Ages (3)
  • EUH 3142 Renaissance and Reformation (3)
  • EUH 4124 The Crusades (3)
  • EUH 4180 Medieval Heresy and Inquisition (3)
  • EUH 4610 Women and Family in the Middle Ages (3)
  • LIT 3374 Literature of the Bible (3)
  • LIT 3662 Literature of Conquest and Exploration (3)
  • PHH 3050 Philosophy History Text Methods (3)
  • PHI 3720 Faith and Reason (3)
  • REL 3213 Hebrew Bible (3)
  • REL 3241 New Testament (3)
TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS REQUIRED: 18 HRS

Transfer Notes

Transfer credits will ordinarily be accepted from regionally accredited institutions and evaluated for appropriate credit toward requirements in the student's degree program.