Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Program Advisor: Roisin Cossar
Program Office: 454 Fletcher Argue Building
Telephone: 204 474 8885
The millennium from the end of the Roman empire to the Renaissance is the formative period of European civilization. The Middle Ages and the Dark Ages were periods of human drama full of change and growth and a struggle to regain a civilized way of life. The Age of Chivalry with its crusades, the flowering of the arts and architecture, and the emergence of new philosophical concepts and ideologies found culmination in the Renaissance. For those interested in the pre-modern world, this program permits a broad approach to the subject.
For entry, continuation and graduation requirements for the General Degree, Advanced Degree and Honours Degree, see: Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs.
The following entries contain information which is not contained in: Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs.
Minor (Concentration) Program
Students should note that courses used towards the Major(s) or Minor (Concentration) in this area may not be used for Major, Minor (Concentration) or Honours in a second field.
|Degree/Diploma||Years to Completion||Total Credit Hours||Has Co-op Option|
|Degree/Diploma Medieval and Early Modern Studies, B.A. General||Years to Completion 3||Total Credit Hours 90||Has Co-op Option no|
|Degree/Diploma Medieval and Early Modern Studies, B.A. Single Advanced Major||Years to Completion 4||Total Credit Hours 120||Has Co-op Option no|
|Degree/Diploma Medieval and Early Modern Studies Minor (Concentration)||Total Credit Hours 18||Has Co-op Option no|