Complete a minimum of 18 credits from the following. At least one course must be at the 300-400 level

  • Complete one of the following courses (3 or 4 credits):
    • CLA 190 – Introduction to Classics
    • HST 205 – Ancient Mediterranean
    • IAH 221A – The Ancient World

Complete at least one course in three of the following subject areas:

  • Latin:
    • LTN 101- Elementary Latin I
    • LTN 102 – Elementary Latin II
    • LTN 206 – Nepos and Latin Prose
    • LTN 208 – Catullus and Lucretius
    • LTN 305 – Third-Year Latin: Major Authors I
    • LTN 405 – Fourth-Year Latin: Major Authors II
  • Greek:
    • GRK 101- Elementary Classical Greek I
    • GRK 105 – Intensive Elementary Greek
    • GRK 205 – Second-Year Classical Greek: Major Authors
    • GRK 305 – Third-Year Classical Greek: Major Texts

*The 100-level Latin or Greek courses used to fulfill a college or major language requirement cannot also be counted towards the minor. The courses can, however, be counted toward the minor if the language requirement is otherwise satisfied.

  • History/Art History:
    • HA 209 – Ancient Art
    • HST 330 – Ancient Greek History
    • HST 331 – Ancient Roman History
    • HST 481 – Senior Seminar in Ancient History
  • Classical Texts In Translation
    • IAH 213B – Law and Literature (requires approval of the minor advisor to ensure Classics and Ancient Mediterranean-related content. Other related courses may count toward the minor with approval of the advisor.)
    • ENG 324 – Readings in Epic
  • Archaeology/Anthropology:
    • ANP 203 – Introduction to Archaeology
    • ANP 264 – Great Discoveries in Archaeology
    • ANP 363 – Rise of Civilizations
    • ANP 451 – European Archaeology
    • ANP 455 – Archaeology of Ancient Egypt
    • HA 401 – Greek Art and Archaeology
    • HA 402 – Roman Art and Archaeology
  • Philosophy/Religious Studies:
    • MC 270 – Classical Republicanism 
    • PHL 210 – Ancient Greek Philosophy
    • PHL 410 – Socrates and Plato Seminar
    • PHL 411 – Aristotle Seminar
    • PLS 371 – Classical Political Philosophy
    • REL 150 – Introduction to Biblical Studies
    • REL 420 – Birth of Christianity

As classical scholars are well aware, many traditions of the Greeks and Romans continue to influence our lives today. In fact, regardless of your major, there is a good chance you have studied parts of the classical world already.