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Required Courses for the Nineteenth-Century Studies Minor

At least three disciplines should be represented, with a maximum of two courses per discipline.
Multi-disciplinary courses may count in several disciplines.

Anthropology

ANTH 250: Special Topics in Anthropology *

Art

ARTD 350: Special Topics in Art History *

English

ENGL 180: Introduction to Literature *
ENGL 221: British Survey II
ENGL 224: American Survey I
ENGL 250: Special Topics *
ENGL 337: Genre Studies in British Literature *
ENGL 339: Topics in British Literature *
ENGL 347: Genre Studies in American Literature *
ENGL 349: Topics in American Literature *
ENGL 350: Special Topics *

History

HIST 110: U.S. History *
HIST 120: World History *
HIST 130: European History *
HIST 140: Comparative History *
HIST 210: U.S. History *
HIST 220: World History *
HIST 230: European History *
HIST 240: Comparative History *

Music

MUSI 205: History of American Music
MUSI 212: History and Literature of Music II
MUSI 250: Special Topics *

Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

FREN 332: Perspectives in French Literature *
FREN 424: Francophone Literature *
SPAN 326: Topics in Spanish Language *
SPAN 336: Topics in Hispanophone History and Culture *
SPAN 466: Topics in Literature *

Philosophy

PHIL 250: Special Topics *
PHIL 350: Topics in the History of Philosophy *

Political Science

POLS 321: The American Presidency
POLS 351: Constitutional Law

Religious Studies

RELG 200: Topics in the History of Christian Thought *
RELG 250: Special Topics *

Theatre

THEA 273: The Modern Theatre

*when topic is appropriate

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