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Humanities

For course descriptions, see the 2005-2007 Academic Course Catalog.

Humanities - Classics Basic Requirements:

One course from each of the following groups:

____ Group I
ART 209, European Art Survey (4) FA

____ Group II
HIST 130, The Ancient World (4)
HIST 135, The Medieval World (4)
HIST 140, The European Experience (4)

____ Group III
ENGL 283, Western Literature in Translation: Ancient Greece to the Medieval Period (4)
ENGL 284, Western Literature in Translation: Renaissance to the Present (4)
MCLT 221, Classical Literature and Civilization (4)
MCLT 222, Literature of the Western World: Medieval to Modern (4)


Concentration I in Classical Studies (40-56 credits)

(Check when completed)
____ Completed Basic Requirements

____ PHIL 331, Ancient Philosophy (4)

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

HIST 330, Greece in the Classical Period (4)
HIST 332, The Roman Empire (4)

Five additional courses from the following, to be chosen in consultation with the faculty adviser:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)
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____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________

ART 306, Art of the Classical World (4)
ENGL 283, Western Literature in Translation: Ancient Greece to the Medieval Period (4)
HIST 330, Greece in the Classical Period (4)
HIST 332, The Roman Empire (4)
MCLT 221, Classical Literature and Civilization (4)
MCLT 327, Classical Mythology (4)
MCLT 331, Greek Literature in Translation (2) (abroad)
MCLT 332, Roman Literature in Translation (2) (abroad)
MUSC 335, History of Music I (4)
THEA 337, History of Theater to 18th Century (4)
THEO 303, The Beginnings of Israel: Pentateuch (4)
THEO 305, Jesus and the Gospels (4)
THEO 319, Topics in Historical Theological Studies (4)
GREK 300-level Greek course
LATN 300-level Latin course

Four semesters (or the equivalent) of Greek or Latin.
____ Semester I
____ Semester II
____ Semester III
____ Semester IV


Concentration II in Medieval/Renaissance Studies

Check when completed.

____ Completed Basic Requirements

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

HIST 335, Medieval Institutions and Society (4) OR
HIST 336, The Renaissance (4)

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

PHIL 331, Ancient Philosophy (4)
PHIL 333, Medieval Philosophy (4)

Five additional courses from the following, to be chosen in consultation with the faculty adviser:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)
____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________
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ART 307, Medieval Art (4)
ART 308 Renaissance Art in the North and in Italy (4)
ENGL 284, Western Literature in Translation: Renaissance to the Present (4)
ENGL 341, Studies in British Literature to 1700 (4)
ENGL 351, Chaucer (4)
GERM 346, Medieval German Literature (4)
HIST 335 Medieval Institutions and Society (4)
HIST 336, The Renaissance (4)
MCLT 367, Medieval Literature in Translation (4)
MUSC 335, History of Music I (4)
PHIL 331, Ancient Philosophy (4)
PHIL 333, Medieval Philosophy (4)
SPAN 341, Spanish Golden Age(4)
SPAN 342, Latin American Literature: Independence to Modernismo (4)
THEO 319, Topics in Historical Theological Studies (4)
THEO 331, The Benedictine Tradition (4)
HUMN 371, Independent Study
HUMN 397, Internship

Four semesters (or the equivalent) of French, German, Greek or Latin.
____ Semester I
____ Semester II
____ Semester III
____ Semester IV


Concentration III in Modern European Studies (28-44 additional credits)

(Check when completed)
____ Completed Basic Requirements

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

HIST 336, The Renaissance (4)
HIST 337, The Age of Reformation (4)

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

PHIL 331, Ancient Philosophy (4)
PHIL 334, Modern Philosophy (4)

One of the following:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)

ENGL 342, Studies in British Literature after 1700 (4)
ENGL 352, Shakespeare (4)

Four additional courses from the following, to be chosen in consultation with the faculty adviser:
____ _________________________________ (Select from courses below)
____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________
____ _________________________________

ENGL 341, Studies in British Literature to 1700 (4)
ENGL 342, Studies in British Literature after 1700 (4)
ENGL 352, Shakespeare (4)
ENGL 361, British Novel to 1900 (4)
ENGL 366, Studies in Modern Literature(4)
ENGL 367, Studies in Contemporary Liturature(4)
FREN 330, French Literature Before the Revolution (4)
FREN 331, French Literature from Monarchy to Republic (4)
FREN 340, A Social History of the French People (4)
GERM 334, Turn of the Century (1890-1918) (4)
GERM 336, Liturature of the Late 20th Century(4)
GERM 338, 19th Century German Literature (1830-1890) (4)
GERM 341, The Age of Goethe (4)
GERM 343, German Poetry (4)
GERM 348, Literature of the Weimar Period (4)
GERM 355, Seminar (4)
HIST 329, The British Imperial Century and Beyond, 1815-Present(4)
HIST 333, Gender and Society in Western Europe (4)
HIST 336, The Renaissance (4)
HIST 337, The Age of Reformation (4)
HIST 341, The Enlightenment & the French Revolution (4)
HIST 344, Modern Germany (4)
HIST 346, Cold War Europe (4)
HIST 347, Modern Britain (4)
HIST 348, History of Ireland (4)
HIST 349, Modern Russia (4)
MCL 300-level course, such as Topics (4)
MCLT 368, Comparative Literature (4)
MUSC 336, History of Music II (4)
PHIL 331, Ancient Philosophy (4)
PHIL 334, Modern Philosophy (4)
PHIL 336, 19th-Century European Philosophers (4)
PHIL 341, 20th-Century Continental Philosophers (4)
SPAN 344, Spanish Literature: 18th-19th Century (4)
SPAN 349, Spanish Liturature: 20th-Century to the Present (4)
THEA 338, History of Theater 18th Century to Present (4)
THEA 368, Modern Drama Seminar (4)
HUMN 371, Independent Study
HUMN 397, Internship

Four semesters (or the equivalent) of Greek, Latin, French, German or Spanish.
____ Semester I
____ Semester II
____ Semester III
____ Semester IV


Suggested first semester program of study:

CORE 100 or HONR 100, Symposium (4)
Core course in humanities (4) HML
Other Core requirement (4)
Foreign language or other Core requirement (4)