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Undergraduate: Classical Civilization
Classical Civilization (CLS)
The minor in Classical Civilization provides students with a broad knowledge of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. After elementary literary surveys, the student completes at least two semesters of Latin and selects a mixture of courses with classical content from offerings in classics, classical languages, and related courses from other departments.
Degrees and Requirements
Requirements for the Minor in Classical Civilization (CLS)
The student must select at least two courses from group I, and one course each from groups II through V, including nine credits numbered 300 or above, for a total of 21 credits. Substitutions may be permitted for other courses with classical content with permission of the CLS Program Coordinator. No more than one of the courses required for the minor may be taken under the Pass/No Credit option.
Completion of the minor requires 21 credits.
LAT 111, LAT 112 Elementary Latin I, II
LAT 251, LAT 252 Readings in Latin Literature I, II
LAT 353 Literature of the Roman Republic
LAT 354 Literature of the Roman Empire
LAT 355 Early Medieval Latin
LAT 356 Late Medieval Latin
LAT 447 Directed Readings in Latin
CLS 113 Greek and Latin Literature in Translation
CLL 215 Classical Mythology
CLS 225 The Classical Tradition
CLS 447 Independent Study
EGL 260 Mythology in Literature
ARH 300 Greek Art and Architecture
ARH 301 Roman Art and Architecture
PHI 200 Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
PHI 300 Ancient Philosophy