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As the graduate and undergradute programs for medieval studies diverge quite noticeably, the requirements will be listed by the program level.
History 4A-B is the required introduction to the major, and students are strongly encouraged to gain a reading knowledge of Latin and one modern European language. Depending on the student's interest in graduate work and his/her field, knowledge of Hebrew, Arabic, or Greek may be needed.
Forty units of approved courses from a number of different departments are required to fulfill the medieval studies major. These units will have to be shaped into a "coherent program" with the help of an advisor. Please see the undergraduate page for details.
Twenty-two units of required courses are required to earn the Graduate Emphasis in Medieval Studies. They are as follows:
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