Specialization in Classical Studies
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must also satisfy the Bachelor of Arts (four-year) degree requirements, which include regulations on first year and subject maximum and breadth requirements.
Students will need to achieve a minimum 60% average in the 54 credits presented for the Specialization in Classical Studies.
|Students must complete 120 credits including 54 credits in the Specialization as follows:|
|CLAS 1006||The Civilization of Ancient Greece||3 cr.|
|CLAS 1007||The Civilization of Ancient Rome||3 cr.|
|CLAS 3316||Topics in the Literature of the Ancient World||3 cr.|
|CLAS 3436||Topics in the History of Ancient Greece and Rome||3 cr.|
|CLAS||3000 Level||6 cr.|
|CLAS Upper level courses or courses cross-listed with Classical Studies||36 cr.|
Breadth Requirements and Electives:
|ACAD 1601||3 cr.|
|Social Science and/or Professional Studies||6 cr.|
Students may substitute Latin and/or Greek courses for upper level courses (total of 12 credits).