Course Sequence - Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.

Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 

A minor may be taken as the second program of an honours bachelor’s with major and minor, an honours bachelor’s with specialization and minor, or an honours bachelor’s (multidisciplinary) offered by the faculties of Arts, Engineering, Social Sciences and Health Sciences. It may also be taken as a first program in a three-year General Bachelor of Arts with Minor.

9 credits of compulsory courses
HIS2335Western Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century3
MDV2100Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Civilization 13
MDV3100Selected Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 13
18 credits from the list of optional courses
3 credits at the 3000 level from the list of optional courses 

Note
1 This course topic varies: with permission from the program coordinator, it may be taken more than once. The course is offered every year, alternating between English and French.

List of optional courses

ARB2101Arabic Culture I3
ART2360Histories of Art3
CLA3110Topics in Ancient History I 13
CLA3120Topics in Ancient History II 13
CLT1532Introduction au monde celtique3
CLT2130Early Celtic Literature3
CLT2131Medieval Celtic Literature3
CLT2150Celtic Christianity3
ENG2122Literature and Composition III: English Literature before 17003
ENG2130Tradition of King Arthur3
ENG2212Classical and Biblical Backgrounds in English Literature6
ENG3133Elizabethan Shakespeare3
ENG3134Jacobean Shakespeare3
ENG3316Old English3
ENG3323Medieval Literature I3
ENG3324Medieval Literature II3
ENG3333Shakespeare’s Contemporaries I: Tudor Drama3
ENG3334Shakespeare’s Contemporaries II: Stuart Drama3
ENG3339Sixteenth-Century Literature3
ENG3340Seventeenth-Century Literature3
FRA1746Littérature française : des origines au XVIIIe siècle3
FRA3561Le Moyen Âge3
FRA3571La Renaissance3
FRA3799Ancien français3
HIS3116Russian Social and Institutional History prior to Peter The Great3
HIS3330Selected Topics in European History 13
HIS3335Medieval Society from the 10th to the 15th Century3
LCL2101Latin III3
LCL3100Selections from Latin Authors3
MDV2100Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Civilization 23
MDV3100Selected Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 33
MUS2331Forms and Styles I: Middle Ages and Renaissance3
PHI2381Arab Philosophy3
PHI2382Medieval Philosophy3
PHI3370Plato: the Philosopher as Legislator3
PHI3380Aristotle or the Search for Happiness3
SRS2380 Religion in the Middle Ages3
SRS2383 Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity3
Saint Paul University 
PHI3107Thomas Aquinas3
THO3123Medieval Church History3
THO3151Selected Topics in Early and Medieval Church History3

Notes
1 The topic of this course may vary, and a student may take this course more than once provided that it covers a different medieval or renaissance topic, and that the student has the permission of the program coordinator.
2 This course topic varies: with permission from the program coordinator, it may be taken more than once. The course is offered every year, alternating between English and French.
3 The topic of this course varies from year to year, and a student may take this course more than once provided that it covers a different medieval or renaissance topic, and that the student has the permission of the program   coordinator. The course is offered every year, alternating between English and French.

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