Minor in Ancient History

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 from the following list at the 2000 level or above to a maximum of 27 credit hours.

  • CLAS 2209.03: The Roman World from Constantine to Theodosius
  • CLAS 2214.03: The Roots of Greek Civilization
  • CLAS 2215.03: The Classical Greek World
  • CLAS 2216.03: Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Kings
  • CLAS 2220.03: Ancient Israel
  • CLAS 2231.03: The Rise of Rome
  • CLAS 2232.03: The Fall of Rome
  • CLAS 2233.03: Roman Legions and the Barbarians
  • CLAS 2234.03: Death, Sex, and Gold in the Ancient World
  • CLAS 2281.03: Christian Beginnings: The Orthodox and Oriental Churches
  • CLAS 3016.03: Meetings between Hellenism and the East to Philo the Jew
  • CLAS 3017.03: Meetings between Hellenism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam until the Renaissance
  • CLAS 3021.03: Ancient Art and Architecture from the Pyramids to the Forum
  • CLAS 3205.03: Fall of the Roman Republic
  • CLAS 3501.03: Herodotus: Father of History, Father of Lies
  • CLAS 3502.03: Thucydides and the Greek World at War
  • CLAS 4100.03: Reading and Research in Latin Texts (when appropriate)
  • CLAS 4540.03: Ammianus Marcellinus and his World

Language Courses

Not more than six credit hours in ancient language may be counted towards the Minor:

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

Contact Classics for more information.