Classical Studies offers four minors
Greek: five courses in ancient Greek, at least three at or above the 300 (ex100)-level
Latin: five courses in Latin, at least three at or above the 300 (ex100)-level (Latin 25/ex85 does not count toward the minor)
Classical Civilization: five CLST courses at least three at or above the 200 (ex100)-level.
- Courses must be in at least two areas: literature (in translation at or above the 200 level and/or in the original language at or above the 300-level); history, art and archaeology, or philosophy. In planning coursework for the minor students should consult with the DUS as to a given course's fit in the distribution.
- Note: CLST courses include crosslisted courses originating in other departments and study-abroad transfers; Greek and Latin courses below the 300 (ex100)-level do not count toward the CLCIV minor
Classical Archaeology: five CLST courses in ancient art and archaeology, at least three at or above the 200 (ex100)-level, and at least three of these originating in the Department of Classical Studies.
- Note: CLST courses include crosslisted courses originating in other departments and study-abroad transfers.
- Note: The thrust of a particular course (e.g. religion, women in antiquity) may be more or less archaeological depending on the instructor, so that students should plan their minor in consultation with the DUS.
No courses used to fulfill the requirements of one minor may be used for another, or for the majors in Classical Languages or Classical Studies.
Please see the MInors Worksheet.