Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18
World Languages and Cultures (WLC) with a concentration in Classics (WLCL)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)8 Semester Plan
120 Credit Hours
CIP Code: 16.0101
College of Arts & Sciences
The Classics concentration is an interdisciplinary humanities field. We provide instruction in the Greek and Latin languages and in the Greek and Roman civilization, literature, mythology and religion. Faculty offer courses in diverse aspects of the Greek and Roman world and mentor students in the acquisition of specific applied skills through their studies. The Classics section combines the intimacy of a small liberal arts college with the wide-ranging educational and professional possibilities of a large state university. This concentration is of special interest to students who wish to teach Latin and Greek at the pre-college level, and to those who plan graduate study in a humanistic discipline including law and medicine.
College Level Requirements
Total Major Hours: 30-31 Hours
Major Core - 6 Hours
- LIN 3003 Language Matters
- LIT 4804 Literature as Cultural Study
Concentration Core Courses - 18-19 Hours
- CLT 3370 Gods, Heroes and Monsters in the Ancient World
- Student chooses one of two language tracks in either Latin or Greek:
- Required courses for the Latin Track (16 credit hours):
- Required courses for the Greek Track (15 credit hours):
Concentration Elective Courses - 6 Hours
- Student chooses any two courses (six credit hours) with a CLA or CLT prefix, that has not been used for another requirement with the major and/or concentration.
All undergraduate students in any degree program can participate in undergraduate research. There are a number of options to receive academic credit for a mentored research experience and to have the experience show on the official transcript. Students who wish to enroll in an undergraduate research course should consult with their academic advisor to understand how the credit will apply towards the degree requirements. If no credit is needed, students may be eligible to enroll in the 0-credit IDS 2912 or IDS 4914 courses. These courses will not impact degree credits or GPA but will show on an official transcript and document the experience. The Office for Undergraduate Research will assist students in understanding the various course options.