Students entering the University of San Diego and/or declaring a major during 2020-2021, should follow information contained in the printed course catalog (also known as the "catalog of record") published on April 1, 2020. Access the catalog of record at https://catalogs.sandiego.edu.

The Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor

18 units total, comprised of six units of lower-division and 12 units of upper-division coursework. A minimum of three academic disciplines must be represented in this total.

Lower Division
Select 2 courses from the following:6
Introduction to Art History I
Introduction to Art History II
The Year 1500: A Global History of Art and Architecture
The Medieval World
The Atlantic World 1500-1800
The Pacific World, 1500-1800
Medieval Philosophy
Introductory Studies in Catholic Theology
Introduction to Biblical Studies
Upper Division
Select 4 courses from the following:12
Post Medieval Seafaring and Empire
Piracy in the New World
British Literature to 1800
Medieval Studies
Renaissance Drama
Renaissance Studies
Restoration Studies
Advanced Studies in Shakespeare
Survey of French Literature I: Middle Ages to 18th Century
The Fall of the Roman Empire
Castles and Crusades: Medieval Europe, 1050-1450
HIST 323
Christians, Muslims and Jews in Medieval Spain
The Global Renaissance
Role-Playing the Renaissance
Topics in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Topics in Russian and East European History
The Spanish Southwest
Introduction to Italian Literature and Culture I: From the Middle Ages to the 17th Century
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Italy
Dante and His Times
Music History I: Antiquity-1600 (Eurpidies-Monteverdi)
Music History II: 1600-1830 (Monteverdi-Beethoven)
Studies in Renaissance Philosophy
Studies in Medieval Philosophy
Cultural History of Spain
Survey of Spanish Literature
Studies in Medieval Spanish Literature
Studies in Spanish Literature of the Golden Age
Don Quijote de la Mancha
The "New" World
Jewish Faith and Practice - Advanced Writing
Jewish Faith and Practice
Islamic Thought and Culture
Total Units18

Relevant 394/494 and topics courses or Honors courses in Anthropology, Art History, English, French, German, History, Italian, Latin, Music, Philosophy, Spanish, or Theology and Religious Studies, to be approved by the program director, may also satisfy the upper-division requirements.