Undergraduate Catalog 2014–2015

Classical Studies Minor

The minor has three components: (1) classical languages, (2) core courses in classical history and culture, and (3) electives.

Classical languages

6 credits of Latin or Greek above level 1, or proficiency

0-6

Core courses in classical history and culture

Three courses, each from a different department, for a total of 9 credits. The following core courses are offered regularly.

Art history

ARTH 20900Introduction to the Roman World

3

ARTH 21900Arts of Antiquity: Greece and Rome

3

English

ENGL 23100Ancient Literature

3

History

HIST 23100The Ancient World: Greece and Rome

3

HIST 35300Ancient Greece

3

Philosophy and religion

PHIL 10200Introduction to Philosophy: Greek Foundations

3

PHIL 20100Plato and Aristotle

3

Communication studies

CMST 32600Classical Theories of Rhetoric

3

Electives

Six credits of electives are to be chosen from the list of courses maintained on the classical studies website or from the list of core courses in classical history and culture. Elective credits may also be applied from other appropriately focused courses, including independent studies, directed reading, or selected topics courses, with the approval of the program coordinator.

Additional courses, including experimental or occasional offerings with an appropriate focus may be considered as core courses by the coordinator. Check the classical studies website for additions to the list of core courses.

 

 Total, core courses

9

 Total electives

6

 Total, minor in classical studies

 15-21

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