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
Please click on individual course numbers in the left-hand column for current details about this years MDVL courses
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.
MDVL301 European Literature from the 5th to the 14th Century Sections
Selected works from the 5th to the 14th centuries in their cultural and social contexts.
MDVL310A 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.