In the interdisciplinary Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Program, you may select courses from English, Fine Arts, History, Classics, Comparative Literature, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Religion. Most OWU students choose to combine this major with another in English, History, Classics, or Comparative Literature.

About the Majors

Together with your adviser, you select one of the program's three tracks (Ancient, Medieval, or Renaissance) and choose three foundation courses, six core courses, and two electives from history, literature, languages, religion, art, or philosophy. You complete an interdisciplinary capstone project during your senior year.

All three AMRS majors permit great flexibility, and you may tailor the program to your specific interests. You might choose to focus on a specific period in history, or explore themes across time periods, such as the concept of the holy man, the status of single women, the development of ideas on slavery, or the architectural debt of the Renaissance to Etruscan and Roman art.

Highlights

Graduate Outcomes

Alexandra Schaefer '13

Alexandra is a Conservation Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Headlines

Student Research: Ancient Roman Libraries

For her ancient studies capstone project, Sarah Lucas ’16 explored the society and culture surrounding ancient Roman libraries, as well as their development…

Program Contact Info

Location

Sturges Hall
Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, OH 43215

Program Contact

Director: Patricia DeMarco
740-368-3582
pademarc@owu.edu

Secretary: Jody Forman
740-368-3667
jaforman@owu.edu