The period known as the European Middle Ages has endowed the Western world with a rich architectural, musical, poetic, theological, literary and linguistic heritage. Our vision of the world has its origins in the Long Medieval period, so studying this era that starts at the end of Antiquity and reaches the Modern times introduces you to your past in all its dimensions: linguistic, cultural, historical, political, philosophical and religious. These multidisciplinary programs include courses in history, philosophy, music, theatre, English, French, Italian, and Latin literatures.

This program is offered in English and in French.

The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.

French immersion is available when taken as part of an honours degree.

Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2015-2016 calendars for the previous requirements.

HIS 2335Deciphering the Medieval Era: Western Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century3 Units
MDV 2100Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Civilization 13 Units
MDV 3100Selected Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 13 Units
15 optional course units from the list of optional courses15 Units
6 optional course units at the 3000 or 4000 level from the list of optional courses6 Units
Total: 30 Units

Note(s)

1This course has variable topics. It may be repeated several times with the permission of the program co-ordinator. The course is offered every year, alternating between English and French.

List of Optional Courses

ARB 2101Arabic Culture I3 Units
ART 1360Histories of Art I3 Units
CLA 3110Topics in Ancient History I 13 Units
CLT 1532Introduction au monde celtique3 Units
CLT 2130Early Celtic Literature3 Units
CLT 2131Medieval Celtic Literature3 Units
CLT 2150Celtic Christianity3 Units
ENG 2105Introduction to British Literature I: Beginnings to 17003 Units
ENG 2112Classical Backgrounds of English Literature3 Units
ENG 2113The Bible and the History of English Literature3 Units
ENG 2130Traditions of King Arthur3 Units
ENG 3133Elizabethan Shakespeare3 Units
ENG 3134Jacobean Shakespeare3 Units
ENG 3323Medieval Literature I3 Units
ENG 3324Medieval Literature II3 Units
ENG 3339Sixteenth-Century Literature3 Units
ENG 3340Seventeenth-Century Literature3 Units
FRA 1746Littérature française: des origines au XVIIIe siècle3 Units
FRA 3561Le Moyen Âge3 Units
FRA 3571La Renaissance3 Units
FRA 3799Ancien français3 Units
HIS 3116Russian Social and Institutional History Prior to Peter the Great3 Units
HIS 3330Selected Topics in European History 13 Units
ITA 3106The Italian Renaissance3 Units
LCL 2103Latin III3 Units
LCL 3102Latin IV3 Units
LCL 3152Ancient Greek IV3 Units
LCL 4100Latin Authors3 Units
MDV 2100Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Civilization 23 Units
MDV 3100Selected Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 23 Units
MUS 2331Forms and Styles I: Middle Ages and Renaissance3 Units
PHI 2381Arab Philosophy3 Units
PHI 2382Philosophy in the Middle Ages3 Units
PHI 3370Plato: The Philosopher as Poet, Lover, Dialectician and King3 Units
PHI 3380Aristotle. The Pursuit of Wisdom for its Own Sake3 Units
SRS 2380God's Warriors: Religion in the Middle Ages3 Units
SRS 2383Religion in Late Antiquity3 Units
Courses offered by Saint Paul University 3
PHI 3107 Thomas Aquinas3 Units
THO 3123 The Medieval Church (600-1400 CE)3 Units
THO 3151 Selected Topics in Early and Medieval Church History3 Units

Note(s)

1

This course has variable topics. It may be repeated several times with the permission of the program co-ordinator if the theme is different but still studying the medieval or Renaissance period.

2This course has variable topics. It may be repeated several times with the permission of the program co-ordinator. The course is offered every year, alternating between English and French.
3

 Please visit Saint Paul University's website to see the course description.