Completion of first-year requirements, including 1.0 courses from Medieval Studies 1022 or both of Medieval Studies 1025A/B and Medieval Studies 1026A/B with a mark of at least 60%. Students should consult with the Academic Counselling Office of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities prior to admission.
1.0 course: History 2401E.
0.5 course: Medieval Studies 3022F/G.
1.0 course from: Classical Studies 3490F/G; History 2173, History 2405E, History 2607F/G, History 2650E, History 3423F/G, History 3605E, History 4421E; Music 3700A/B; Philosophy 2214, Philosophy 2205W/X, Philosophy 3012F/G, Philosophy 3014F/G, Philosophy 4023F/G; Visual Arts History 2251E, Visual Arts History 2252F/G, Visual Arts History 2253E, Visual Arts History 2254F/G, Visual Arts History 2255F/G, the former History 2809E, the former History 2149A/B, the former History 3426F/G, the former Philosophy 2006, the former Philosophy 4026F/G, the former Philosophy 4027F/G.
1.0 course from: Comparative Literature and Culture 2141A/B, Comparative Literature and Culture 2142A/B; English 3114E; French 3540F/G/Z, French 3541F/G/Z, French 3542F/G/Z, French 4040A/B, the former English 3012, the former English 3115E, the former English 3116E.
2.5 additional courses from those listed above or Medieval Studies 3320F/G, Medieval Studies 4320F/G, or Latin 2000, or those on a list approved by the Committee for Medieval Studies, available from the program coordinator. Special topics courses are not offered every year; students should check the website for current courses. Students must take 1.0 courses (including Medieval Studies 3022F/G) at the 3000-level or higher.
Note: Some courses in this module may require prerequisites not required for admission; students are advised to check course prerequisites carefully.
Note: Students who plan to continue to a graduate program in Medieval Studies are strongly encouraged to take Latin 2000.