Minor in Classical Literature

This minor is available to students registered in a 120 credit hour Bachelor of Applied Computer Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Community Design, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Informatics, Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) program.

Students must take 18 credit hours to a maximum of 27 credit hours from the following list:

  • CLAS 2100.06: Gods, Heroes, and Monsters: Ancient Mythology
  • CLAS 2500.06: Introductory Ancient Greek
  • CLAS 2515.03: Myth into Film I: the Greek World
  • CLAS 2700.06: Intermediate Greek
  • CLAS 2800.06: Intermediate Latin
  • CLAS 3515.03: Greek Tragedy
  • CLAS 3516.03: Ancient Comedy
  • CLAS 3525.03: Ancient Greek Epic
  • CLAS 3711.03: Greek Texts:  Epic I
  • CLAS 3712.03: Greek Texts:  Epic II
  • CLAS 3721.03: Greek Texts:  Poetry I
  • CLAS 3722.03: Greek Texts:  Poetry II
  • CLAS 3741.03: Greek Texts:  Tragedy I
  • CLAS 3742.03: Greek Texts:  Tragedy II
  • CLAS 3801.03: Latin Texts: Roman Poetry I
  • CLAS 3802.03: Latin Texts: Roman Poetry II
  • CLAS 3811.03: Latin Texts: Love and Violence
  • CLAS 3821.03: Latin Texts: Human and Divine
  • CLAS 3822.03: Myth and History
  • CLAS 4710.03: Special Topics
  • CLAS 4820.03: Special Topics
  • CLAS 4060.03: Boethius and Prosimetrum: Poetry and Prose in the Consolation of Philosophy
  • CLAS 4070.03: The Confessions in Latin
  • CLAS 4100.03: Reading and Research in Latin Texts
  • CLAS 4540.03: Ammianus Marcellinus and his World
  • CLAS 4580.03: Reading and Research

Note: Not all courses are offered each year. Please consult with the timetable for courses offered.

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