Coordinator: THOMAS F. MAYER, Professor (History) B.A., M.A., Michigan State; Ph.D., Minnesota MINOR IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES. 21 credits, including ARHI 166 and HIST 110 or 111, one Literature course from the list below, the Senior Project (450), plus 6 credits from courses listed below. No more than 6 credits may be taken from one sufÞx. At least 6 credits must be above 300. Specially designed sequence courses and courses approved by the Medieval and Renaissance Studies coordinator will also apply. First-year Latin is highly recommended.
MDHI-450 Senior Project (3 Credits)
450 Senior Project (3) Independent research and seminar supervised by faculty who offer courses in the Medieval and Renaissance minor. Students will work with two faculty members, and a final, interdisciplinary paper will be presented to the Medieval and Renaissance faculty and students. Regular meetings will inform seminar participants of each other146s work.
Art History 166 (PP, G) Western Art: Medieval-Renaissance