The Department offers Minors in Classical Civilization, Greek, and Latin for students who plan to follow a shorter but formally recognized program of study in Classics. The Minor program in Greek enables the students to gain an in-depth knowledge of the ancient Greek language, literature and culture. Students who minor in Greek have many of the same advantages as our majors, and benefit from being part of our inclusive community as they develop their study of classical civilization with emphasis on the Greek language and culture. Students further benefit from enhancing their critical thinking, creative and historically-informed problem-solving, which can successfully complement their majors and studies in other areas, including Humanities, Social Sciences, STEM or professional fields.
|GREEK 1C||Fundamentals of Greek 1|
|B. Select six upper-division courses from GREEK 100-104. GREEK 120 may be substituted for one course at the 100 level.|
Students who are exempted from GREEK 1C must instead complete an additional upper-division Classics or Greek course offered by the Department.