Cornell University's Medieval Studies Program offers students the opportunity to pursue graduate-level medieval research interests in multiple disciplines. Although programs to fit individual interests and needs are emphasized, there are some degree requirements, such as reading knowledge of Latin and a course in paleography and research methods, that must be met by all candidates. The program does not ordinarily admit students seeking a terminal M.A. degree. Ph.D. degree candidates are granted the M.A. degree after successful completion of course work and the general field exams. For the Ph.D. degree, reading proficiency in Latin and two foreign languages, and teaching experience are required.
For an application, visit the Graduate School's website at Cornell University.
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