The Celtic Studies Minor
Associate Professor: Mark Wallace
The Celtic Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program for students interested in the history, literature, and culture of the British Isles, the British Empire, and the diverse peoples who make up the present-day islands. The Minor mainly involves the collaboration of two disciplines, English and History, but includes other departments: Religion and Philosophy, Music and Scottish Arts. The Minor is well- suited to students who wish to pursue graduate studies in Celtic history or literature, including Scottish and Irish studies but it will also serve the interests of those who simply want to gain a greater appreciation for the cultural heritage of the British Isles, especially its Celtic foundations.
Degree Info at a Glance
Program: Celtic Studies
Summary of Requirements for a Minor in Celtic Studies
Foundation (6 credits)
Celtic Studies Elective
Total Credits: 3
Choose one course from the following.
Note: Courses selected to fulfill the Foundation, Literature, and History requirements cannot be used to fulfill the Elective requirement. Students, however, may take other courses in Foundation, Literature, and History areas to fulfill the Elective requirement.