Minors

Below are requirements for the minor programs in the Department of Classical Studies. Please refer to the Course Bulletin for a list of the approved related courses. Please also visit our Advising webpage for additional information on degree requirements and policies.

A minor in Classical Civilization requires a minimum of six courses, four at or above the 200 level. The requirements are as follows:

  • CAS CL101, CL102, CL221, or CL222
  • Four courses from the offerings under classical civilization and/or classical languages
  • One course focusing on classical literature

A minor in Myth Studies requires a minimum of six courses. The requirements are as follows:

  • Both CAS CL213 and CL305
  • Four courses from the offerings under classical civilization or related departments with an emphasis on myth.

Refer to the department’s list of recommended related courses on our Advising page.

A minor in Ancient Greek requires a minimum of five courses. The requirements are as follows:

  • One course in either Greek Civilization or History: CAS CL101 or CL221/321
  • Four courses from the offerings under ancient Greek above CAS CL162 (second semester)

A minor in Latin requires a minimum of five courses. The requirements are as follows:

  • One course in either Roman Civilization or History: CAS CL102 or CL222/322
  • Four courses from the offerings under Latin above CAS CL112 (second semester)

A minor in modern Greek requires a minimum of five courses. The requirements are as follows:

  • CAS CL101, CL102, CL221, or CL222
  • four courses from the offerings in Modern Greek above CG112