Classical Languages and Literatures
May be elected as a departmental concentration program
Concentration Program. The concentration requires study of both
Latin; the student chooses one language as the major language for the purpose of determining requirements. The student takes a minimum of 9 courses (of at least 3 credits each) including:
- In the major language at least 3 courses at the 400-level or above; 300-level courses count toward the concentration in the major language only.
- In the minor language, at least one course at the 400-level or above.
- Two courses selected from Classical Archaeology (221 or
222), Classical Civilization (101 or
102), or History (200 or 201).
- Three credits of Independent Study (Greek 499 and
Latin 499) may be used with written approval of the undergraduate advisor.
Honors Concentration. In addition to the concentration requirements stated above, students must complete an Honors thesis and a reading list in their senior year.
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