For students who entered in 2012 and beyond:
Thirty-one credit hours, including a minimum of
- Reading proficiency of Greek or Latin at the 300-level demonstrated by completion of two of the following:
CL 310, CL 311, or CG 310, CG 311. Students may enroll in 310 and 311 courses more than once with permission.
- Gateway course:
- One course from each of the following clusters:
CC 365or (when applicable) HI 351A-D.
- Transition course:
Students must also complete a capstone project, either
a. an expanded research paper in either
b. a senior thesis; or
c. an independent study that results in a research paper or other advanced project.
WRITING REQUIREMENT IN THE MAJOR: Majors will meet the writing requirement in Classics through
Suggested course clusters in Greek and Roman literature, art and archaeology, history, and philosophy in addition to the major/minor requirements:
Art and Archaeology:
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.