Loyola University Maryland

Medieval Studies

Courses

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Medieval Studies Book CoverThe following courses count toward the Medieval studies minor. Students must complete 19 credits consisting of six electives and a one-credit, interdisciplinary independent study (ML400) done in connection with the sixth course.

The following restrictions apply:

  • no more than two courses can be taken in any one discipline (e.g., EN, HS, ML)
  • no more than two courses can be taken on one study abroad program
  • two courses should be taken at the 300-level

Electives:

  • AH 310 Early Medieval Art
  • AH 312 Renaissance Art in Italy
  • AH 313 Renaissance Art in Northern Europe
  • AH 325 Gothic Art and Architecture
  • AH 326 Crusades in Medieval Visual Culture
  • CL 301/HS 301 The Church and the Roman Empire
  • CL 314/HS 314 History of the Roman Empire
  • CL 324 The Persecution of the Christians in the Roman World
  • EN 301 Chaucer
  • EN 302 Medieval Love
  • EN 304 Arthur and Other Heroes
  • EN 306 Topics in Medieval Literature
  • EN 307 Seminar in Medieval Literature Manuscript page
  • FR 350 Sex and Violence/Sin and Repentance: Medieval French Literature for Modern Readers
  • FR 351 French Renaissance Women Writers
  • FR 370 Special Topics in Medieval Literature
  • FR 371 Love's Fatal Triangle: Courtly Love and the Development of Arthurian Literature in Medieval French Literature
  • GR 301 German Culture and Civilization I
  • GR 305 Dungeons, Dragons, and Damsels in Distress
  • HN 202 Honors: The Human Drama: The Medieval World (Open only to Honors Students) [formerly HN 240]
  • HS 301/CL 301 The Church and the Roman Empire
  • HS 303 The Early Middle Ages
  • HS 304 Renaissance and Reformation in Europe
  • HS 305 The Later Middle Ages
  • HS 314/CL 314 History of the Roman Empire
  • HS 335 History of the Crusades
  • HS 413 Medieval Military History
  • HS 472 Frontiers and Frontier Peoples in the Middle Ages
  • HS 477 Seminar: Legends in Medieval History
  • IT 301 Italian Literature and Civilization I: Origins to Reformation
  • IT 333 Survey of Renaissance Italian Literature (crosslisted with ML 333)
  • IT 351 Italian Women Writers of the Renaissance
  • IT 352 Dante's Divina Commedia (crosslisted with ML 352)
  • LT 124 Latin Golden Age Prose and Poetry
  • LT 308 Vergil: Aeneid
  • LT 350 Readings in Medieval Latin
  • LT 380 Ovid
  • LT 386 Ovid's Metamorphoses
  • ML 250 Introduction to Medieval Literature (Varies)
  • ML 251 Introduction to Medieval Literature (Italian)
  • ML 305 Dungeons, Dragons, Damsels in Distress
  • ML 322 Dante's Divine Comedy (in English translation; crosslisted with IT 352)
  • ML 332 Dante's Divine Comedy (in translation)
  • ML 333 Witches, Giants and Tyrants, Oh My! (Introduction to Italian Renaissance Literature; crosslisted with IT 333)
  • ML 371 Love's Fatal Triangle: Courtly Love and the Development of Arthurian Literature in Medieval French Literature
  • PL 345 Arabic Philosophy
  • PL 365 Metaphysics I: Ancient and Medieval
  • PL 369 Intro to Aquinas
  • PL 370 Medieval Philosophy
  • SN 327 History of the Spanish Language
  • SN 352 The Golden Age
  • TH 335 St. Augustine
  • TH 341 Medieval Women Authors
  • TH 365 Theology and Art
  • TH 370 Thomas Aquinas
  • MS 400 (1 credit) Medieval Studies Capstone Project
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