THE CLASSICS MINOR CHECK LIST:

Classics Minor’s Checklist:     20 credits, including a minimum of:

INTERMEDIATE LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IN GREEK OR LATIN

 CG 110:Elementary Greek (4 cr.) and CG 210: Intermediate Greek (4 cr.)

 or CL 110: Elementary Latin (4 cr.)and CL 210: Intermediate Latin (4 cr.)

 

GATEWAY COURSE

 CC 200: The Classical World (4 cr.)

 

TWO COURSES IN AREA STUDIES, EACH FROM A DIFFERENT CLUSTER:

GREEK AND LATIN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION

 CC 220: Classical Mythology (3 cr.)

 CC 222:Greek Tragedy (3 cr.)

 CC 223:Greek and Roman Comedy (3 cr.)

 CC 224:Greek and Roman Epic (3 cr.)

 CC 225:Ancient Novel (3 cr.)

ANCIENT HISTORY

 CC 226: Greek and Roman Historians (3 cr.)

 HI 203:Rise of Athens (3 cr.)

 HI 204:Athens, Alexander the Great, and Cleopatra (3 cr.)

 HI 205:Rise of Rome (3 cr.)

 HI 206:Fall of Rome (3 cr.)

ANCIENT ART HISTORY AND ARCHAELOGY

 AH 222:Greek Art and Archaeology (3 cr.)

 AH 223:Roman Art and Archaeology (3 cr.)

 CC 265:Parthenon & TX 200A: Travel Study to London and Athens (4 cr.)

300-LEVEL SEMINAR (CLASSICS COURSES MAY BE TAKEN MORE THAN ONCE)

 CC 365: Special Topics in Classics (may be cross-listed as HI 363) (4 cr.)

 CG 310:Seminar in Greek Poetry (4 cr.)

 CG 311:Seminar in Greek Prose (4 cr.)

 CL 310:Seminar in Latin Poetry (4 cr.)

 CL 311:Seminar in Latin Prose (4 cr.)

 GO 303:Classical Political Thought (3 cr.)

 GO 351:Topics in Political Thought (3 cr.)

 HI 363:Topics in Ancient History (4 cr.)

 PH 327A: Great Philosophers (3 cr.)

 PH 327B: Great Philosophers (3 cr.)

 RE 330: Special Topics in Religion (3 cr.)

ADDITIONAL CREDIT TOWARD THE MINOR

 CC 227:Race and Ethnicity in Ancient Greece and Beyond (3 cr.)

 CC 265:Topics in Classical Civilization (3 cr.)

 CC 292:Project in Classics (1 cr.)

 CC 371: Independent Study (1-4 cr.) (may be taken again as

 GO 303:Classical Political Thought (3 cr.)

 GO 351:Topics in Political Thought (3 cr.)

 HI 363:Topics in Ancient History (4 cr.)

 PH 203:History of Philosophy: Greek Philosophy (3 cr.)

 
Majors and minors are encouraged to study the modern languages (French, German, and Italian) in which there is an abundance of scholarship available in classics.

                          ~~ DECLARATION OF MINOR FORM ~~

To officially declare a minor in Classics, you need to complete the Declaration of Minor Form in duplicate.  One form must go to the Office of the Registrar and the other to Ruby Grande, Department Secretary.


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