Courses for the Medieval Studies Major and Minor are composed of a dedicated core of three Medieval Studies courses [MDVL 210 (3); MDVL 310 (3) and the research intensive course, MDVL 490 (3) , which are required for Medieval Studies Majors; Minors must take MDVL 210 and MDVL 310. In addition, MDVL 301 (3); MDVL 302 (3) D; MDVL 449 (6.12) C] may be offered. These dedicated Medieval Studies courses are supplemented with a range of Approved Courses in Medieval Studies offered by various departments in the Faculty of Arts.
More detailed information is available by clicking on the course numbers on the left-hand column. Should any of the course links appear not to be active, please consult the Medieval Studies Supplement below.
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MDVL: Medieval Studies
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MDVL210 Introduction to Medieval Studies Sections
A survey of the study of the medieval period in Western Europe (400-1550), integrating history, literature, and the arts; topics vary from year to year; interested students should consult the Medieval Studies Advisor.
MDVL301A European Literature from the 5th to the 14th Century - EURO LIT 5-14CNT Sections
Selected works from the 5th to the 14th centuries in their cultural and social contexts.
MDVL310C Topics in Medieval Studies - TPCS MDVL STUDI Sections
Interdisciplinary approaches to selected topics in medieval history, literature, and the arts; topics vary from year to year; interested students should consult the Medieval Studies advisor.