LukeZ Posted July 10, 2011 Share Posted July 10, 2011 Hey guys, I am going into my third year of undergrad at a small school in Florida and am a History and Philosophy/Religion double major. I would like to study medieval history (especially medieval religion) in grad school in either a history or religious studies program. My question is whether I have enough undergrad preparation for graduate work in this field despite my small school's limited course offerings. Here are courses related to medieval history that I have completed: Western Civ. I (pretty basic, but the professor was a medievalist), Medieval Europe, History of Christianity (again, the professor was a medievalist). Here are the courses I should be able to have taken before I graduate that are applicable: A year of Latin and a year of German, a class on St. Francis and Franciscan theology, and hopefully either a class on Medieval Religious Minorities or a class on the Crusades. Are these courses sufficient preparation? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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