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Classics

Major in Classical Studies (40-56 credits)

For Classics course descriptions, see the 2003-2005 Academic Course Catalog.

This major combines the study of language and literature, history, philosophy, and art for an interdisciplinary approach to classical antiquity. See Humanities.

Major in Classics (33 credits)

(Check when completed)

____ GREK 211, Intermediate Greek or LATN 211, Intermediate Latin (4)

Three Concentrations are available within the Classics Major:

Greek Concentration
Seven additional upper-division courses in Greek
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____ GREK 399, Senior Project (1)

Latin Concentration
Seven additional upper-division courses in Latin
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____ LATN 399, Senior Project (1)

Classics Concentration
Seven additional upper-division courses from a combination of Greek and Latin
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____ GREK 399 or LATN 399, Senior Project (1)

(33 credits)

Note: of the seven additional courses, one may be in classical literature or civilization in translation(with permission of the classics advisor) in a related field.


Minor in Latin or Greek: (16 credits)

____ GREK 211, Intermediate Greek (4)

OR LATN 211, Intermediate Latin (4)

Three additional upper-division courses in Latin or Greek
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(16 credits)


Suggested first semester program of study:
CORE 100 or HONR 100 Symposium (4)
Latin and/or Greek Language course (4-8)
One or two lower-division Core requirements (4-8)