BA Major in Classics

Program Requirements

Core: Major in Classics (15 credits)

6

credits:

CLAS 211 Greek Literature (3.00)
CLAS 212 Roman Literature (3.00)

6

credits:

CLAS 240 Greek History from the Bronze Age to Alexander (3.00)
CLAS 242 History of the Roman Republic (3.00)

3

credits:

CLAS 260 Introduction to Greek Archaeology (3.00)

Concentration in Ancient History and Archaeology: Major in Classics (27 credits)

3

credits:

CLAS 230 Ancient Near East (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

CLAS 220 Daily Life in Ancient Greece and Rome (3.00)
CLAS 265 Mythologies of the Ancient Mediterranean (3.00)
CLAS 353 Representations of Women in Ancient Greece and Rome (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

CLAS 264 Egyptian Archaeology (3.00)
CLAS 267 The Archaeology of the Greek Bronze Age (3.00)

6

credits:

CLAS 341 Greek History from Alexander to the Roman Conquest (3.00)
CLAS 343 History of the Roman Empire (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

CLAS 363 Archaeology of Archaic Greece (3.00)
CLAS 364 Classical Greek Art and Archaeology (3.00)
CLAS 365 Art and Archaeology of the Hellenistic Age (3.00)

3

credits:

CLAS 369 Roman Art and Archaeology (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

CLAS 460 Ancient Pottery: History, Analysis, and Interpretation (3.00)
CLAS 470 Advanced Seminar in Archaeology (3.00)

3credits of additional Classics Courses

Concentration in Classical Languages and Literature: Major in Classics (27 credits)

6

credits chosen from one of the following lists:

Introductory Ancient Greek

Introductory Latin

6

credits chosen from:

CLAS 321 Greek Epic Poetry (3.00)
CLAS 322 Latin Literature of the Augustan Period (3.00)
CLAS 330 Greek Drama (3.00)

6

credits chosen from one of the following lists:

Intermediate Ancient Greek

Intermediate Latin

6

credits chosen from one of the following lists:

Advanced Ancient Greek

Advanced Latin

3credits of additional Classics Courses

Notes

  • Students are responsible for satisfying their particular degree requirements.

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