A minor in Pre-Modern and Ancient World Studies consists of 22 hours distributed in the following way:
|· PAST 400 Capstone Seminar||(2 hours)|
|· 2 lower level courses||(8 hours total)|
|· 2 upper level courses||(8 hours total)|
|· 1 additional course, upper or lower level||(4 hours)|
Students need at least two areas of study with no more than three courses from any one department.
Areas of study:
Art, Economics, English, History, Literature and Language, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, and Theatre.
To provide coherence to the minor, students should decide in consultation with their PAST faculty advisor on a distribution:
Possible Chronological Distributions
Early Modern Worlds
Possible Comparative distributions
Asia and Europe
Possible thematic distributions
Cultures of Europe
Cultures of Asia
Travel and Journey
Or develop a theme of your choice with your PAST advisor.