Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor

The classical, medieval and renaissance studies minor allows students to pursue classical studies from the classical Greek period to the Renaissance era. Collaborating faculty in the departments of English, philosophy, art, music, and theatre and dance, teach the classical texts and cultures and their full range of diverse societies, authors, artists and subjects, and examine historic issues of gender, race, ethnicity and class. The basis of the minor is the study of the Latin language.

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Job options for graduates of the classical, medieval and renaissance studies minor:

Museum curator
Researcher
Teacher
Historical preservationist
Public historian

Archivist
Journalist
Librarian
Lawyer

The classical, medieval and renaissance studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor offered through the History department.

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