Classics


Classics Major

Classics Major Check Sheet - Effective with the Class of 2014
Classics Major Check Sheet - Effective with the Class of 2016

Effective for class entering Fall 2012

Eleven courses to be distributed as indicated below. Students majoring in Classics are not permitted to earn a minor in Greek or Latin. All Classics students should consider Study Abroad and consult with their advisors about appropriate course work while abroad.

TWO courses of Introductory Survey                

  • CLA-121 Survey of Greek Civilization
  • CLA-122 Survey of Roman Civilization
  • CLA-125 Archaeology of the Mediterranean World

FOUR courses of Intermediate Analysis at the 200-level

  • Any 4 courses in Classics, Greek, or Latin, at least ONE of which must be in CLA/History (CLA 235 with permission, 251, 252) and ONE in CLA/Literature (CLA 230, 235 with permission, 262, 264, 266, 270).

ONE course considering an Extra-disciplinary Approach

  • ANTH-106 Introduction to Archaeology and Physical Anthropology
  • ANTH-221 Language and Culture
  • ANTH-235 Early Civilizations in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH-300 History of Anthropological Theory
  • ENG-298 Critical Methods: History of Literary Criticism
  • ENG-299 Critical Methods
  • ES-230 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • ES-263 Remote Sensing
  • HIST-300 Historical Method
  • PHIL-205 Ancient Philosophy
  • POL-102 Intro to Political Thought
  • THA-203 History of the Theatre
  • VAH-201 Arts of Ancient Greece and Rome

FOUR courses at the Advanced Seminar level

  • Any four courses in Classics, Greek, or Latin at the 300 or 400 level, at least ONE of which must be in Greek (GRK) or Latin (LAT), and at least ONE of which must be the Capstone experience.  For the Capstone, students must have departmental permission to select CLA 464 or a 300-level course.

Classics Minor

Classics Minor Check Sheet - Effective with the Class of 2014

TWO courses of Introductory Survey

  • CLA-121, CLA-122, or CLA-125

FOUR courses of Advanced Study

  • Any Classics courses beyond the 100-level, or any Greek and/or Latin courses at any level; at least TWO of the four courses must be at the 300-level.

Greek Minor 
Any six courses in Greek (GRK) at any level; OR any five courses in Greek (GRK) at any level, plus one course in Classics (CLA) at any level. (See course offerings under "Greek.")

Latin Minor
Any six courses in Latin (LAT) at any level; OR any five courses in Latin (LAT) at any level, plus one course in Classics (CLA) at any level. (See course offerings under "Latin.")