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Program Requirements

Requirements for the Classics Major:

Students interested in the Classics Major must complete 8 course credits in Classics, Latin, and/or Greek.

Required courses:

  • CLAS 200: Introduction to Classical Studies (0.5 course credit)
  • CLAS 201 or 301: Classics Seminar (0.5 course credit)
  • CLAS 235 or 335: Greek, Roman, and Mediterranean History
  • CLAS 195 Archaeology Lab (0.25 course credit)

Other course requirements:

At least 0.5 course credits in Latin and/or Greek at the 102 level or higher, including LATN 200/300/400 (Directed Readings in Latin) and GREK 200/300/400 (Directed Readings in Greek).

The other required credits should be taken from the range of CLAS, LATN, and/or GREK courses that the department offers, or courses cross-listed with them from other departments, including HIST, PHIL, and THEA.  Students should consult with Classics faculty to choose courses that best serve their purposes.

Requirements for the Latin Major:

Students interested in the Latin major must complete 8 course credits, 6 of which must be in Latin.

Required courses:

  • CLAS 200: Introduction to Classical Studies (0.5 course credit)
  • CLAS 201 or 301: Classics Seminar (0.5 course credit)
  • CLAS 235 or 335: Greek, Roman, and Mediterranean History

Other course requirements:

At least 2.0 course credits must be in LATN 300 or 400 (Directed Readings in Latin).

Requirements for the Classics Minor:

Students interested in the Classics Minor must complete 4 course credits in Classics, Latin, or Greek.

Required courses:

  • CLAS 200: Introduction to Classical Studies (0.5 course credit)

Requirements for the Greek Minor:

Students interested in the Greek Minor must complete 4 course credits, 3.5 of which must be in Greek.

Required courses:

  • CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies (0.5 course credit)

Requirements for the Latin Minor:

Students interested in the Latin Minor must complete 4 course credits, 3.5 of which must be in Latin.

Required courses:

  • CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies (0.5 course credit)

 

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