Specialization in Classical Studies

Graduation Requirements:

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.

Program Requirements:

Students will need to achieve a minimum 60% average in the 54 credits presented for the Specialization in Classical Studies.

Students must complete CLAS 1006 and CLAS 1007 with a minimum grade of 60% in each.

Students must complete 120 credits including 54 credits in the Specialization as follows:
CLAS 1006 Greek Civilization 3 cr.
CLAS 1007 Roman Civilization 3 cr.
One of:   3 cr.
CLAS 2416 The History of Ancient Greece: From the Bronze Age to the Death of Cleopatra  
CLAS 2417 The History of Ancient Rome: From the Beginning to the Barbarian Invasions  
One of:   3 cr.
CLAS 2426 Famous Figures of Ancient Greece  
CLAS 2427 Famous Figures of Ancient Rome  
Two of:   6 cr.
CLAS 2306 The Greek Historians  
CLAS 2307 The Roman Historians  
CLAS 2316 Introduction to Ancient Greek Literature in Translation  
CLAS 2317 Introduction to Roman Literature in Translation  
CLAS 3326 Greek Drama and Theatre  
CLAS 3327 Roman Comedy  
Two of:   6 cr.
CLAS 2006 Myth and Religion in Ancient Greece  
CLAS 2007 Myth and Religion in Ancient Rome  
CLAS 2406 War and Society in Ancient Greece  
CLAS 2407 War and Society in Ancient Rome  
Three of:   9 cr.
CLAS 3066 Race, Racism, and Ethnic Identity in Ancient Greece and Rome  
CLAS 3097 Women in the Roman World  
CLAS 3206 Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome  
CLAS 3207 Slavery in the Roman World  
CLAS 3416 Selected Topics in Greek History and Culture  
CLAS 3417 Selected Topics in Roman History and Culture  
CLAS Upper level courses or courses cross-listed with Classical Studies 21 cr.

Breadth Requirements and Electives:

ACAD 1601   3 cr.
Social Science and/or Professional Studies 6 cr.
Science   6 cr.


Students may substitute Latin and/or Greek courses for upper level courses (total of 12 credits).

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