Majors & Minors

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Credential Requirements
Bachelor of Arts: Classical Languages
  • Knowledge of both Greek and Latin through the second year.
  • Eight courses total in Greek and Latin, at least six of which must be at the 300-level or above.
  • One 200-level (or above) course in Classical Studies (CLST)
  • One CLST 480S Capstone Seminar course
  • Senior Dossier
Bachelor of Arts: Classical Civilization
  • Required courses:
    • Option 1: CLST 181S or 283, and CLST 182S or 284
    • Option 2: Two courses in Greek or Latin below the 300-level
    • Note: The two options may not be combined (e.g., CLST 181S and Lat 102 does not satisfy the requirement)
  • Seven Classical Studies CLST courses at or above the 200-level in at least three of the following areas:
    • Literature in translation at or above the 200-level or in the original language at or above the 300-level
    • Philosophy
    • Art and archaeology
    • History
  • One CLST 480S Capstone Seminar course
  • Senior Dossier
Minor: Greek
  • Five courses in ancient Greek, at least three at or above the 300-level
Minor: Latin
  • Five courses in Latin, at least three at or above the 300-level 
Minor: Classical Civilizations
  • Five CLST courses, of which at least three are at or above the 200-level in at least two areas:
    • Literature
    • History
    • Art and archaeology
    • Philosophy
Minor: Classical Archaeology
  • Five CLST courses in ancient art and archaeology, at least three at or above the 200-level, and at least three of these originating in the Department of Classical Studies.