The Ancient and Medieval Studies Minor allows students to appreciate ancient and medieval civilizations both as accomplishments worthy of study in their own right and for a better understanding of the modern world. This program provides an interdisciplinary framework for exploring topics that range from history of ideas and institutions to that of material culture and archaeology, literature, philosophy and languages.

Requirements
ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL WORLDS
Additional 18 hours from the courses below or courses approved by Director; 12 of these hours must be at the 300-level or above.18
WLC 101N
WLC 102N
INTRO FOREIGN LANG I: ARABIC
INTRO FOREIGN LANG II: ARABIC
WLC 201N
WLC 499N: Special Topic Latin
READINGS LITERATURE/CULTURE I
MYTHOLOGY
THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE
CHAUCER
ARTHURIAN ROMANCE
CHAUCER
ARTHURIAN ROMANCE
ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
CLASSI POLITI PHILOSOPHY
ANCIENT GREEK ART
MEDIEVAL ART
RENAISSANCE ART
ANCIENT ROMAN ART
HISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY
IMPERIAL ROME
WORLD OF MIDDLE AGES
HY 399 ST: Islam World to 1800
STUDIES IN HISTORY
Total Semester Hours18