Sep 18, 2018  
Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Catalog 2018-2019

Classics Minor


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Twenty credit hours, including a minimum of
 

  1. Reading proficiency of Greek or Latin at the 200 level, demonstrated by completion of the following: CG 210  or CL 210 ;
     
  2. Gateway course: CC 200 ;
     
  3. Two courses from the following, each from a different cluster:
     
    1. Literature: CC 220 , CC 222 , CC 223 , CC 224 ,  
       
    2. History:   ,  ,  ,  ; CC 226 
       
    3. Art History: AH 222 ,  ; and
       
  4. One course from CG 310 , CG 311 ; CL 310 , CL 311 ; CC 365 ; PL 204 ; HI 351A-D  (when applicable); PH 327 ; and (when applicable) RE 330 . Students may count toward the minor any course listed above, plus  , CC 291   and PH 203 . Minors are encouraged to take one 300-level seminar in either Greek or Latin (CG 310 , CG 311 ; CL 310 , CL 311 ). CC 100  and   may not count toward the minor.


Suggested course clusters in Greek and Roman literature, art and archaeology, history, and philosophy in addition to the major/minor requirements:

Literature:

 ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ;  ;  ,  ,  ,  ; and  .

Art and Archaeology:  ,  ,  ,   , AN 201 ;
 ,  ;  ,  ; and  ,  ,  ,  .

History:
 ;  ; and  ,  ,  ,  ,  .

Philosophy:
 ,  ,  ,  ,  ;  ;  ,  ,  ,  ; and  ,  ,  ,  .

Majors and minors are encouraged to study modern languages such as French, German, and Italian, in which there is an abundance of classical scholarship available.

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