Medieval Studies Certificate
The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School Policy Guide.
Total Units Required: 6
|LATIN 400-0||Medieval Latin|
|MDVL_ST 420-0||Medieval Doctoral Colloquium|
Exception: Students in Medieval Archaeology may substitute the following courses for the Latin 400 requirement: ANTHRO 401-2 Logic of Inquiry in Anthropology (Archy) and ANTHRO 322-0 Introduction to Archaeology Research Design & Methods. Both courses must be completed.
Pertinent courses/options (take at least four seminars in medieval subjects in at least two departments)
|ANTHRO 390-0||Topics In Anthropology|
|ART_HIST 420-0||Studies in Medieval Art|
|ENGLISH 422-0||Studies in Medieval Literature|
|FRENCH 410-0||Studies in Medieval Literature|
|HISTORY 430-1||Field Seminar in Medieval European History|
|MUSICOL 350-0||Topics in Medieval Music|
|PHIL 421-0||Studies in Medieval Philosophy|
Other Certificate Requirements:
Students who wish to receive the extra credential of a Certificate in Medieval Studies (awarded at graduation) must also pass the Toronto Medieval Latin Exam (Level 2) before defending their dissertations. A student working in Jewish or Byzantine studies may pass the Toronto Medieval Latin Exam (Level 1) and instead of Level 2, substitute a proof of equivalent proficiency in Hebrew or Greek.