Students wishing to pursue a minor in Classical Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the Department's designated advisor . Appointments may be scheduled at 2160 Angell Hall.

Classical Archaeology

Effective Fall 2012

The Academic minor in  Classical Archaeology is not open to students with a concentration in Classical Archaeology or Classical Civilization or any other academic minor in the Department of Classical Studies.

The academic minor in Classical Archaeology is intended to provide students with the opportunity to explore the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean world. Students will acquire a broad archaeological , historical and cultural overview, before turning to more specific courses dealing with the artistic production and material conditions of Greek and Roman society.

Prerequisites to the Academic Minor: CLARCH 221, 222, or 323.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits of courses, to be chosen from the following three categories as stated:

  1. Introductory courses: At least one broad introductory course in classical archaeology, other than the course elected to meet the prerequisite (CLARCH 221, 222, or 323).
  2. Civilization or History courses (Greek or Roman): At least one broad introductory course (CLCIV 101, 102,  302; HISTORY 200, 201).
  3. Upper-Level Classical Archaeology courses: At least three courses at the 300- or 400-level in CLARCH.

Classical Archaeology Academic Minor (through Summer 2012) +

Effective through Summer 2012

The academic minor in Classical Archaeology is intended to provide students with the opportunity to explore the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean world. Students will acquire a broad archaeological , historical and cultural overview, before turning to more specific courses dealing with the artistic production and material conditions of Greek and Roman society.

Prerequisites to the Academic Minor: CLARCH 221, 222, or 323.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits of courses, to be chosen from the following three categories as stated:

  1. Introductory courses: At least one broad introductory course in classical archaeology, other than the course elected to meet the prerequisite (CLARCH 221, 222, or 323).
  2. Civilization or History courses (Greek or Roman): At least one broad introductory course (CLCIV 101, 102; HISTORY 200, 201).
  3. Upper-Level Classical Archaeology courses: At least three courses at the 300- or 400-level in CLARCH.


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