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Courses and Major

Majors & Minors

Classical Languages Major (48 semester hours)


Classical Studies Major (30-35 semester hours)

Classical Studies Minor (18-24 semester hours)


Greek Major (28-30 semester hours)

Greek Minor (22-23 semester hours)


Latin Major (27-31 semester hours)

Latin Minor (18-22 semester hours)


Latin Secondary Education Major (30 semester hours)

Latin Secondary Education Minor (21 semester hours)


Archaeology Minor
Medieval Studies Minor

Honors in classics

To graduate with honors in any of the classics majors, students must complete a total of six honors courses overall (18 hours minimum), including at least three honors courses outside the major and at least three inside the major (one of which must be at the 300-level), complete an honors research paper (normally during the senior year) with a public presentation of the results, and earn a GPA of at least 3.5, both overall and in the major.

Courses

Classical Studies

Classics 211 (Honors)- Classical Literature
Classics 221 - Classical Art and Architecture
Classics 231 - Classical Mythology
Pathways to Ancient Myth (a resource for Classics 221 & 231)

Greek

Greek 101 - Elementary I
Greek 102 - Elementary II
Greek 201 - Plato's earlier dialogues
Greek 202 - Homer's Odyssey
Greek 203 - Herodotus
Greek 205 - New Testament-Gospels
Greek 206 - New Testament-Epistles
Greek 207 - Greek Tragedy
Greek 303 - Advanced Greek Prose
Greek 304 - Advanced Greek Poetry
Greek 395 - Special Topics in Greek

Latin

Latin 101 - Beginning Latin I
Latin 102 - Beginning Latin II
Latin 201 - Intermediate Latin I
Latin 202 - Intermediate Latin II
Latin 205 - Late Republic & Early Empire
Latin 206 - Late Latin Literature
Latin 300 - Latin Epic Poetry
Latin 302 - Latin Philosophical Literature
Latin 304 - Latin Historical Literature
Latin 305 - Latin Lyric Poetry
IDIS/Latin 357 - Intro, World Language Pedagogy
IDIS/Latin 359 - Seminar, World Language Pedagogy
Latin 391 - Special Topics in Latin