We also three minors: Greek, Latin, and Classical Civilization. While the first two concentrate on the ancient languages, the third focuses on reading literature in translation as well as looking at the ancient world from a variety of perspectives.
Greek Minor: 16 hours at or above the 2000-level
Latin Minor: 16 hours at or above the 2000-level
Classical Civilization Minor: 16 hours
1. 16 hours in Greek, Latin, Classical Studies (except CLST 2092) and approved courses
outside the department;1
2. 6 hours must be at or above the 3000-level in Greek, Latin, Classical Studies and approved courses outside the department.
If you are taking Greek or Latin to fulfill your language requirement, it is relatively easy to get one of these minors, and they can really help you stand out!
1 Approved courses include ART 1440, 2402, 4404, 4405, 4409, 4410; ENGL 4712; HNRS 2041, 2402; HIST 2001, 2002, 4001, 4003, 4004, 4105; PHIL 2033, 2034, 4920, 4922, 4924, 4926; POLI 4081; REL 4928.
Undergraduate Advisor: Professor Michelle Zerba, Allen Hall 210-D, firstname.lastname@example.org