CLASSICS CLASSES

The Classics Major

Students choose one of two tracks:   

1) Classical Language and Literature Track

Students interested in graduate studies should take as many Greek and Latin courses as possible. Pre-seminary students should realize that 16 credit hours in Greek are recommended by most seminaries.Students must take CLC 220 and 311 and one of the following language concentrations:
Greek (24 credits)
Latin (16 credits beyond FLL 203)
Classical Languages (16 credits of Greek and 8 credits of Latin beyond FLL 203)

2) Classical Civilization Track
Requirements for the major are:
Either the 101-102 sequence in Greek or Latin, or 4 credit hours in either language at the 203 level or above, and
24 credits of Classical Civilization courses, which must include CLC 200, CLC 220, CLC 311, and CLC 411.
Of the remaining 12 elective credits, as many as 6 can be taken in other departments. Approved courses are PHIL 215, THEO 317, and THEO 321. Other courses may be counted with prior permission from the Classics section head and Department Chair.



The Classics Minor

Students choose one of two tracks:

1) Language and Literature Track
Requirements are CLC 311 and either 16 credits in Greek or 8 credits beyond 203 in Latin.

2) Classical Civilization Track
Requirements are 15 credits of Classical Civilization courses, which must include CLC 200, CLC 220, and CLC 311.