Ancient and Medieval Studies Emphasis
All Humanities majors are expected to fulfill the non-English language requirement by completing one of the following:
Complete at least two college-level semesters of a non-English language. Students who have taken French, German or Spanish in high school or who have acquired a knowledge of the language elsewhere may receive credit for that preparation by passing an advanced-level UW-Green Bay course with a grade of “C” or better.
Demonstrate the equivalent level of proficiency in a non-English language on a proficiency exam. NOTE: Students seeking to fulfill the language requirement through proficiency testing in French, German, or Spanish should contact the appropriate language coordinator. For skill assessment in other languages, students should contact the chair of Modern Languages.
Course List Code Title Credits Supporting Courses 9 English Composition II: Composition and RhetoricChoose one of the following courses: Foundations of Western Culture I World Civilizations IChoose one course from the following category: Foundations of Western Culture II World Civilizations II Upper-Level Courses 27Perspectives of Human Values (choose one course from the following category) The Ancient World The Medieval World The RenaissanceAncient History (choose one course from the following category): Ancient Greece Ancient Rome Topics in Ancient HistoryAncient and Medieval Religion and Philosophy (choose one course from the following category): The Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) The New Testament Non-Western Religions Religion and Medieval Philosophy Plato and Aristotle Topics in Philosophy (with ancient or medieval topic)Medieval History: The Middle Ages 1or HISTORY 421 Topics in Medieval HistoryMedieval/Renaissance Literature: Literary Themes (with ancient/medieval/Renaissance topic for either course)or ENGLISH 335 Literary ErasCapstone Seminar Humanities SeminarChoose 9 credits of elective courses 2 Total Credits 36 1
Or other upper-level History course with medieval content