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About Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor


Drawing on the fields of history, literature, religion, art history, and architecture, the Medieval and Renaissance studies students concentrate on the period from 500 to 1500 CE when Europe underwent profound changes. The Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor reflects the interdisciplinary approach of the liberal arts tradition, allowing students to integrate a wide range of disciplines into the knowledge of a single historical period. By planning early, students can earn the 15-hour minor while completing their general education courses.

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Last Day to Change Course ScheduleDrury University Main CampusJanuary 27, 2017 - All DayCHASS Chairs MeetingPearsons 110 - Dean's OfficeFebruary 13, 2017 @ 3:30 PMCHASS Dean’s Discussion MeetingPearsons Hall - Room 115February 20, 2017 - All DayMid-term Grades DueDrury University Main CampusMarch 3, 2017 - All DayA Block Classes EndDrury University Main CampusMarch 10, 2017 - All DaySpring Break Begins 10:50pmDrury University Main CampusMarch 10, 2017 @ 10:50 PM