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Skidmore College Department of Classics

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Requirements

These pages contain the requirements for a Major and a Minor in Classics. The Suggested Courses of Study page points students to concentrations of courses in specific subdisciplines. Students in the class of 2002 may also fulfill a variety of all-College requirements by taking Classics courses:

  • Foreign languages: CL210 Intermediate Latin or CG210 Intermediate Greek
  • Society B: HI201 Greek History or HI202 Roman History
  • Arts B: AH222 Greek Art and Archaeology, AH223 Roman Art and Archaeology, CC220 Classical Mythology, CC222 Greek Tragedy, CC223 Greek and Roman Comedy and CC224 Greek and Roman Epic
  • Liberal Studies 2: 124 Athenian Democracy, 180 Images of the Twelve Caesars and CC200 The Classical World

Students in the class of 2003 and beyond fall under the new core curriculum and may fulfill all-College requirements by taking Classics courses:

Foreign languages: any single course in Latin (CL) or Greek (CG)
Society: HI201 Greek History or HI202 Roman History
Humanities: AH222 Greek Art and Archaeology, AH223 Roman Art and Archaeology, CC220 Classical Mythology, CC222 Greek Tragedy, CC223 Greek and Roman Comedy and CC224 Greek and Roman Epic
Liberal Studies:
124 Athenian Democracy, 180 Images of the Twelve Caesars and CC200 The Classical World

©December 2000 Skidmore College Department of Classics
 Created and Maintained by Alexander Carballo '01
 Please post comments or inquiries to a_carbal@skidmore.edu