Classical Languages Concentration

Students must complete a minimum of eleven courses, including at least six courses in either Greek or Latin at the intermediate level (100) or above ; one course in ancient history of archaeology at the introductory level and one additional course in ancient history or archaeology; three other courses at the 100-level or above, or at the introductory level of a second Classical language (001 – 002).

Concentration in Classical Languages: Greek (CLSG)

A total of Eleven (11) classes, including:

  • Six (6) classes in Classical Languages: Greek (CLSG) at the intermediate level (101)
  • One (1) class in Classical Studies (CLSS) at the introductory level (100)
  • One (1) class in CLSS at the introductory level (100) or above
  • Three (3) electives
Concentration in Classical Languages: Latin (CLSL)

A total of Eleven (11) classes, including:

  • Six (6) classes in Classical Languages: Latin (CLSL) at the intermediate level (101) or above
  • One (1) class in Classical Studies (CLSS) at the introductory level (100)
  • One (1) class in CLSS at the introductory level (100) or above
  • Three (3) electives
Concentration in Classical Languages: Latin (CLSL) and Greek (CLSG)

A total of Eleven (11) classes, including:

  • Three (3) classes in Classical Languages: Greek (CLSG) at intermediate level (101) or above
  • Three (3) classes in Classical Languages: Latin (CLSL) at the intermediate level (101) or above
  • One (1) additional class in CLSL or CLSG at advanced 200 level or above
  • One (1) class in CLSS at the introductory level (100)
  • One (1) class in CLSS at the introductory level (100) or above
  • Two (2) electives