2014-2015 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
Classics Minor, Latin Emphasis
(Minimum 21 credits):
The Greek and Latin emphases stress the languages and literature of the classical world. Students electing either the Greek or the Latin emphasis focus upon that language exclusively.
Requirements for a Minor in Classics, Latin Emphasis
Classics Core Courses (at least 6 credits):
- Distributed Classical Civilization (DCC) requirement: Students majoring in classics complete at least 6 credits of instruction in Distributed Classical Civilization (DCC) courses. DCC courses are intended to introduce students to the interdisciplinary dimension of classics and to provide detailed instruction in selected methods of inquiry and particular aspects of Greco-Roman civilization. Most DCC courses also fulfill certain general education requirements.
Students have two options for fulfilling the DCC Requirement:
Option 1 (6 Credits)
Complete one course from each of the following lists:
- CLA 201 - Classical Literature (3 credits)
- CLA 275 - Ancient Drama (3 credits)
- CLA 367 - Thinking Like a (Roman) Lawyer (3 credits)
- CLA 311 - Ancient Great Philosophers (3 credits)
- CLA 250 - Classical Art and Archaeology (3 credits)
- CLA 315 - Ancient Religion (3 credits)
- CLA 320 - Women in the Classical World (3 credits)
- CLA 350 - Issues in Classical Archaeology (3 credits)
Option 2 (12 Credits):
- HNR 211 - Classical World I (3 credits)
- HNR 212 - Classical World I (3 credits)
- HNR 221 - Classical World II (3 credits)
- HNR 222 - Classical World II (3 credits)
At least 15 credits of instruction in Latin at 200-level or above, including at least 9 credits at 300-level or above.