Classical Civilizations Minor

for the Undergraduate Minor in Classical Civilizations

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department faculty: Classics Faculty

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This minor is sponsored by the Department of the Classics. The department also sponsors a minor in Classical Languages.

18 hours in classical civilization or archaeology courses at the level of 114 and above. A maximum of 6 hours is allowed at the 100-level. At least 6 of these hours must be at the advanced (300 or 400) level. Choose courses from the following, in consultation with the Department of the Classics Director of Undergraduate Studies.18
Introduction to Greek Culture
Mythology of Greece and Rome
The Roman Achievement
The Classical Tradition
Classical Archaeology, Greece
Class Archaeology, Rome-Italy
Archaeology of Israel
Ancient Greek & Roman Religion
Classical Allusions in Cinema
Origins of Western Literature
Odysseus and Other Heroes
Introduction to Greek and Roman Theater
American Race and Ethnicity in the Classical Tradition
Greco-Roman Demo, Econ, Cult
Ancient Engineering
Development of Ancient Cities
Ancient Greek Sanctuaries
Gender & Sexuality in Greco-Roman Antiquity
The Comic Imagination
The Archaeology of Greece
The Archaeology of Italy
Topics in Classical Literature
Topics Classic Arch & Civ
Total Hours18