2017-2018 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
Minimum 21 credits
The classics minor is designed to be flexible and to serve students with an interest in the classical world whose plans do not allow them to complete the major. At the same time, work done toward the minor is completely and seamlessly transferable toward the major, should an opportunity arise to do so.
Requirements for a Minor in Classics
All classics minors take:
- CLA 195 - Introduction to Ancient Greece and Rome (1 credit)
- CLA 395 - Research Methods in Classics (2 credits)
- At least six credits of instruction in either ancient Greek or Latin at 200-level or above.
- At least nine credits of instruction at the 300-level or above in at least two of the following areas.
- Cultural Studies:
- CLA 301 - Re-imagining the Classics (3 credits)
- CLA 302 - The Stages of Greek and Roman Drama (3 credits)
- CLA 311 / PHI 311 - Ancient Great Philosophers (3 credits)
- CLA 315 - Ancient Religion (3 credits)
- CLA 325 / WGS 325 - Body, Gender, Sexuality in Antiquity (3 credits)
- CLA 365 - Stoicism, Identity and the Happy Life (3 credits)
- CLA 367 - Thinking Like a (Roman) Lawyer (3 credits)
- Ancient Greek (GRK) or Latin (LAT) at the 300 level or above.
- At least three credits of instruction in any course in Classics (CLA), in HNR 222 - The Worlds of Greece and Rome 4 (3 credits), or in an approved substitute.