Major/Minor Patterns

Classics Major/Minor Patterns
Classics Major
10 course units in addition to proficiency in Latin or Greek (LAT 1034, GRK 1034, or the equivalent) including:
CLA 1014 Introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology
CLA 2144 The Roman Empire (CLA) (or HIST 2244)
CLA 2234 The Literature of the Greco-Roman World
HIST 2224 Archaic and Classical Greece
CLA 4444 Capstone Seminar

5 electives, selected from the following, of which (a) 3 must have CLA, HIST, or LAT prefixes, and (b) 3 must be at 3000-level or above:
ARTH 1114 Art History: Ancient to Gothic
CLA 2024 Spartacus: Slaves and Gladiators
CLA 2114 Classics and Film
CLA 2244 Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome
CLA 2294 Special Topics in Classics (CLA 2294) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (CLA)
CLA 2524 Ancient Greek and Roman Political Theory
CLA 2834 The Ancient Polis (or ANTH/HIST/PHIL 2834)
CLA 3224 Augustan Rome
CLA 3234 Ancient Drama
CLA 3244 The Twelve Caesars
CLA 3294 Special Topics in Classics (CLA 3294) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 3304 Religion in Ancient Greece
GRK 2014 Readings in Greek Literature
HIST 2204 Special Topics (HIST) (approved by CLA faculty)
HIST 3224 Diplomacy and War in Antiquity
HIST 3244 Julius Caesar
HIST 3624 From Alexander to Cleopatra
LAT 2014 Readings in Latin Literature
LAT 3014 Independent Study and Research
LAT 3024 Advanced Readings in Latin Literature
PHIL 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (PHIL)
PS 3114 Political Theory I: Classical and Medieval
REL 2314 Biblical History and Archaeology
REL 3214 Quest for the Historical Jesus
 
Classics Minor
6 course units, including:
CLA 1014 Introduction to Classical Greek and Roman Mythology
LAT 1034 Latin III

4 additional courses from the following:
ARTH 1114 Art History: Ancient to Gothic
CLA 2024 Spartacus: Slaves and Gladiators
CLA 2114 Classics and Film
CLA 2144 The Roman Empire (CLA) (or HIST 2244)
CLA 2234 The Literature of the Greco-Roman World
CLA 2244 Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome
CLA 2294 Special Topics in Classics (CLA 2294) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (CLA)
CLA 2524 Ancient Greek and Roman Political Theory
CLA 2834 The Ancient Polis (or ANTH/HIST/PHIL 2834)
CLA 3224 Augustan Rome
CLA 3234 Ancient Drama
CLA 3244 The Twelve Caesars
CLA 3294 Special Topics in Classics (CLA 3294) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 3304 Religion in Ancient Greece
GRK 2014 Readings in Greek Literature
HIST 2204 Special Topics (HIST) (approved by CLA faculty)
HIST 2224 Archaic and Classical Greece
HIST 2244 The Roman Empire (HIST)
HIST 3224 Diplomacy and War in Antiquity
HIST 3244 Julius Caesar
HIST 3624 From Alexander to Cleopatra
LAT 2014 Readings in Latin Literature
LAT 3014 Independent Study and Research
LAT 3024 Advanced Readings in Latin Literature
PHIL 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (PHIL)
PS 3114 Political Theory I: Classical and Medieval
*Students may not minor in both Classics and Classical Studies
 
Classical Studies Minor
7 course units, including:
CLA 1014 Introduction to Classical Greek and Roman Mythology

6 additional courses from the following:
ARTH 1114 Art History: Ancient to Gothic
CLA 2114 Classics and Film
CLA 2144 The Roman Empire (CLA)
CLA 2234 The Literature of the Greco-Roman World
CLA 2244 Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome
CLA 2294 Special Topics (CLA) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (CLA)
CLA 2524 Ancient Greek and Roman Political Theory
CLA 3224 Augustan Rome
CLA 3234 Ancient Drama
CLA 3244 The Twelve Caesars
CLA 3294 Special Topics in Classics (CLA 3294) (approved by CLA faculty)
CLA 3304 Religion in Ancient Greece
HIST 2204 Special Topics (HIST) (approved by CLA faculty)
HIST 2224 Archaic and Classical Greece
HIST 2244 The Roman Empire (HIST)
HIST 3224 Diplomacy and War in Antiquity
HIST 3244 Julius Caesar
HIST 3624 From Alexander to Cleopatra
LAT 2014 Readings in Latin Literature
LAT 3014 Independent Study and Research
LAT 3024 Advanced Readings in Latin Literature
PHIL 2514 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (PHIL)
PS 3114 Political Theory I: Classical and Medieval
*Students may not minor in both Classical Studies and Classics.