Classical Civilizations Major Requirements
The Classical Civilizations major is an interdisciplinary program focusing on the classical civilizations of Greece, Rome, and the Near East through the study of literature, history, archaeology, art history, philosophy, theatre, and theology. Greek and/or Latin language study is encouraged but not required.
The Classical Civilizations major consists of 39 semester hours, at least 24 of which must be in upper division courses emphasizing Greek, Roman, or Near Eastern civilization. The study of the Greek and/or Latin language is highly recommended.
Lower Division Requirements (9 semester hours):
CLCV 210 or CLCV 220
Note: It is recommended that HIST 100 be taken as the core class in Western Civilization.
Upper Division Requirements (24 semester hours):
CLCV 301 or 302
ARCH 3xx ARCH 4xx
The remaining 15 semester hours may be elected from any upper division CLCV, LATN, GREK, and ARCH offerings. In addition, the following courses may be taken as part of the Classical Civilizations major, with the approval of the Director of the major:
HIST 405, 406, 407, 408, 410, 411
PHIL 381, 382
Graduation with Honors: an additional 3 semester hours
CLCV 500: Senior Thesis
Classical Civilizations Minor Requirements
18 semester hours, at least 9 in the upper division.
Lower Division Requirement:
CLCV 200 or CLCV 210
Upper Division Requirement: