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Minors in Classics

Our minors in Classics, Greek and Latin are designed to acquaint the student with aspects of the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome or the Greek and Latin languages by means of 5 courses (15 credit hours). There are three separate concentrations for the classics minor. The minor in Classical Civilization (Track A) focuses on ancient history, literature (in translation or in the original languages), and archaeology. The minor in Greek (Track B) is devoted to the ancient Greek language and its associated literature in the original language, as well as Greek civilization and history. The minor in Latin (Track C) is devoted to the Latin language and its associated literature in the original language, as well as Roman civilization and history.

In the Classical Civilization Concentration (Track A), students are required to take CLSC 231 Greek Civilization and CLSC 232 Roman Civilization, then any combination of three other CLSC, GREK or LATN courses, at least one of which (3 hours) must be at the 300-level.

In the Greek Concentration (Track B), students are required to take CLSC 231 Greek Civilization and four other GREK courses, at least one of which must be at the 300 level.

In the Latin Concentration (Track C), students are required to take CLSC 232 Roman Civilization and four other LATN courses, at least one of which must be at the 300 level.

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