Undergraduate Catalog 2015-2016


Classics (CLS)

15 Credit Hours

College of Arts & Sciences


Minor Description

The interdisciplinary minor is designed to make the study of the ancient world available to students, in a programmatic way, without the requirement of learning Latin or Greek. Students learn about the history, literature, art and culture of antiquity in courses that emphasize the study of primary texts in English translation.

Total Minor Hours - 15 Hours

Core Information

The Classics minor requires 17 credit hours, which are divided between language and civilization requirements.

Core Courses - 17 Hours

  • Language Requirements (8 credit hours)
  • Students are required to take at least two (2) successive courses in a single language, Latin or Ancient Greek (LAT, LNW, GRE, GRW).
  • Civilization Requirements (9 credit hours)
  • Students are required to take three (3) of the core courses offered by Classics:
    • CLA 3103 Daily Life in Ancient Greece
    • CLA 3124 Daily Life in Ancient Rome
    • CLT 3103 Epic Battles and Dramatic Reversals in Greek Thought
    • CLT 3123 Voyages and Metamorphoses in Roman Imagination
    • CLT 3370 Gods, Heroes, and Monsters in the Ancient World

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