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Classics Minors

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Twenty credit hours, including a minimum of

 

  1. Reading proficiency of Greek or Latin at the 200 level, demonstrated by completion of the following: CG 210 or CL 210;

     
  2. Gateway course: CC 200;

     
  3. Two courses from the following, each from a different cluster:

     
    1. Literature: CC 220, CC 222, CC 223, CC 224, CC 225

       
    2. History:  HI 203, HI 204, HI 205, HI 206; CC 226

       
    3. Art History: AH 222, AH 223; and

       
  4. One course from CG 310, CG 311; CL 310, CL 311; CC 365; PL 204; HI 351A-D (when applicable); PH 327; and (when applicable) RE 330. Students may count toward the minor any course listed above, plus CC 265, CC 291CC 292 and PH 203. Minors are encouraged to take one 300-level seminar in either Greek or Latin (CG 310, CG 311; CL 310, CL 311). CC 100 and CC 399 may not count toward the minor.



Suggested course clusters in Greek and Roman literature, art and archaeology, history, and philosophy in addition to the major/minor requirements:



Literature:
CC 220, CC 222, CC 223, CC 224, CC 225, CC 226, CC 365; PL 204; HI 203, HI 204, HI 205, HI 206; and PH 203.



Art and Archaeology: AH 223, AH 222, AH 232, AH 375AAN 101, AN 201;
CC 220, CC 365; GE 102, GE 309; and HI 203, HI 204, HI 205, HI 206.



History:
CC 226; PL 204; and HI 203, HI 204, HI 205, HI 206, HI 351A-D.



Philosophy:
CC 222, CC 223, CC 224, CC 225, CC 226; PL 204; HI 203, HI 204, HI 205, HI 206; and PH 203, PH 210, PH 211, PH 327.



Majors and minors are encouraged to study modern languages such as French, German, and Italian, in which there is an abundance of classical scholarship available.

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