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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 must inform the department no later than the start of their final semester.
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.