The Classics Civilization Minor
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The Classical Civilization Minor

The study of the Greek and Latin languages, as well as the literature, history, and culture of Greece and Rome, have been fundamental to liberal arts education for some 2,000 years. The programs are language intensive, but also have a healthy component of courses in the cultures of Greece and Rome. 

The Classical Civilization minor requires only one year of either language, plus four courses in the civilization and/or history of the ancient world.

Requirement: 18-20 hours

  • Select two courses from below:

GREK 1010 - Beginning Greek 4
GREK 1020 - Beginning Greek 4
GREK 2010 - Intermediate Greek 3
GREK 2020 - Intermediate Greek 3
or
LATN 1010 - Elementary Latin 4
LATN 1020 - Elementary Latin 4
LATN 2010 - Intermediate Latin 3
LATN 2020 - Intermediate Latin 3
or
any of the GREK or LATN 3000 or 4000 courses

  • Select four courses from below:

ART 2010 - Art History, Survey I 3
ENGL 340D - Mythology and Folklore 3
CLAS 3000 series 3
GREK 1110 - Elementary Modern Greek 4
HIST 3300 - Ancient Greece 3
HIST 3310 - Ancient Rome 3
HIST 3480 - The Early Middle Ages 3
PHIL 3100 - Ancient Philosophy 3