Complete the Following Courses
|Latin, Greek, classics, ancient history and ancient art are applicable, among which three hours in ancient history (021, 022, 121, 122, 149) and the following language study are required.|
Choose One of the Three Options
Strongly Recommended as Part of the Major Discipline
|CLAS 021, 023, 024, 035, 037, 042 (Mythology), 121, 122|
ARTH 146 (Egypt and the Ancient Near East), 148 (Greek Art), 149 (Roman Art)
CLAS 149, 153, 154, 156, 157, 158. CLAS 022 (Etymology) is applicable, but not together with CLAS 042.
|Students should consult with the Classics Department in choosing related courses. Courses at the 100 level or above in one or more of the following are applicable: anthropology, art, English, economics, geography, history, modern foreign languages, music, philosophy, political science, religion, sociology and theatre.|
|36 cr. hrs.|
*Strongly recommended are courses in literature, medieval history, ancient philosophy, medieval, renaissance and baroque art.
Revised July 2015