|All of the following taken in sophomore or junior year:|
|HUST 321||Cultural History I: Ancient and Medieval Culture||3|
|HUST 322||Cultural History II: Medieval and Renaissance Culture||3|
|HUST 323||Colloquium I: Ancient and Medieval Literature||3|
|HUST 324||Colloquium II: Medieval and Renaissance Literature||3|
|All of the following taken in junior or senior year:|
|HUST 461||Cultural History III: Early-Modern Culture||3|
|HUST 462||Cultural History IV: Modern Culture||3|
|HUST 463||Colloquium III: Early-Modern Literature||3|
|HUST 464||Colloquium IV: Modern Literature||3|
The Senior Comprehensive exam is used to assess the College’s Advanced Writing Proficiency requirement. A student may fulfill her advanced writing requirement in Humanistic Studies, even when she fulfills her comprehensive requirement in another department, by submitting a portfolio of her written work early in her last semester in the program.
The Senior Comprehensive exam in Humanistic Studies is a long essay, written in a senior’s spring semester, exploring the interrelation between the history and literature of selected eras of Western culture.