Nine credits at the 300 level or above in ancient studies, Latin, Greek, archaeology, ancient history or other approved subject areas
Nine credits in any of the above or in related subject areas, e.g., philosophy or anthropology, as approved by the department
Majors also must complete one of the following options:
Option I (3 Credits)
One three-credit, 300- or 400-level course in Latin or Greek
A student who majors in ancient studies may complete his or her course of study by completing GREK 201 or LATN 201, plus any combination of two additional “L” or “C” courses. All culture courses in Option II must be taught by a member of the ancient studies faculty.
Students planning to enter graduate school must follow Option I and must take more language courses than required by Option I. See a member of the ancient studies faculty for guidance. Students planning to teach Latin must take five courses of Latin at the 300 level or above and receive a grade of “A” or “B” in each.
No course in which the student has earned a grade less than “C” shall count toward completion of the major option.