Minor in Classical Studies

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 or 19 credits including 3 or 4 credits in a language course at the level appropriate for the student and 15 credits in elective courses.

Required language proficiency
Students must demonstrate proficiency in one of the ancient languages by successfully completing one course in Latin or in ancient Greek numbered 1002 or above.
The same course may not be used to satisfy the language proficiency requirement and also count toward the elective course requirement.
Five courses (15 credits) from the following:
AH 3101Ancient Art of the Bronze Age and Greece
AH 3102Ancient Art of the Roman Empire
ANTH 3805Archaeology of Israel and Neighboring Lands
ANTH 3806Art and Archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age
ANTH 3834Field Research: Old World
CLAS 2104Ancient Medicine and Modern Medical Terms
CLAS 2105Special Topics
CLAS 2105WSpecial Topics
CLAS 2106Mythology of the Classical World
CLAS 2107Families and Politics in Ancient Drama
CLAS 2112History of Ancient Greece
CLAS 2113The Roman World to 337 A.D.
CLAS 2803The Ancient Near East and Egypt to 322 B.C.
CLAS 2804History of Ancient Israel
CLAS 3105Topics in Classical Studies
CLAS 3111Topics in Ancient History
CLAS 3114Topics in Ancient Literatures and Cultures
CLAS 3115Topics in Ancient Art and Archaeology
CLAS 3901Directed Project
CLAS 3901WDirected Project
CLAS 4901Directed Project
GREK 2001Intermediate Classical Greek I
GREK 2002Intermediate Classical Greek II
GREK 3001Major Greek Authors I
GREK 3002Major Greek Authors II
LATN 2001Intermediate Latin
LATN 2002Vergil's Aeneid
or LATN 2002W Vergil's Aeneid
LATN 3001Major Latin Authors I
or LATN 3001W Major Latin Authors I
LATN 3002Major Latin Authors II
or LATN 3002W Major Latin Authors II

In all cases, cross-listed courses may be substituted (e.g., CLAS 2112/HIST 2112)

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