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Undergraduate Program

Minors

General Minor Requirements
  1. No more than two of these courses may be used for any other degree requirement.
  2. Students planning a minor in Greek Archaeology, Roman Archaeology, Greek Civilization, Roman Civilization, Greek or Latin should declare a proposed Minor as early as possible.
Greek Civilization

The Minor in Greek Civilization consists of six courses distributed as follows:
  1. Classics 31: Classics of Greece
  2. Classics 37: History of Ancient Greece
  3. Four other courses from the department selected in consultation with a faculty member, two of which must be at the 100 level. Students are encouraged to take Greek language courses; only Greek 7 and higher, however, can be used to fulfill the requirements of the minor.
Roman Civilization

The Minor in Roman Civilization consists of six courses distributed as follows:
  1. Classics 32: Classics of Rome

  2. Classics 38: History of Ancient Rome

  3. Four other courses from the department selected in consultation with a faculty member, two of which must be at the 100 level. Students are encouraged to take Latin language courses; only Latin 3 and higher, however, can be used to fulfill the requirements of the minor.
Greek Archaeology

The Minor in Greek Archaeology consists of five courses distributed as follows:
  1. Classics 27: Introduction to Classical Archaeology
  2. Classics 37: History of Ancient Greece
  3. Classics 31: Classics of Greece
  4. Classics 163: Aegean Archaeology
  5. Classics 164: Greek Art and Archaeology
Substitutions: Seminar courses in Greek History (CLS 185/186) or Greek Archaeology (CLS 187/188) may be substituted for CLS 31.

Roman Archaeology

The Minor in Roman Archaeology consists of five courses distributed as follows:
  1. Classics 27: Introduction to Classical Archaeology
  2. Classics 38: History of Ancient Rome
  3. Classics 32: Classics of Rome
  4. Classics 167: Tyrrhenian Archaeology
  5. Classics 168: Roman Art and Archaeology
Substitutions: Seminar courses in Roman History (CLS 185/186) or Roman Archaeology (CLS 187/188) may be substituted for CLS 32 and/or CLS 167.

Greek

The Minor in Greek consists of five courses distributed as follows:
  1. Three courses in Greek beyond Greek 2 of which at least two must be 100-level.

  2. Classics 31 or Classics 37 and a 100-level course in Greek literature, history or archaeology.
Latin

The Minor in Latin consists of five courses distributed as follows:
  1. Four courses in Latin beyond Latin 3 of which at least two must be 100 level.
  2. Classics 32 or Classics 38 or a 100-level course in Roman history, literature or archaeology.