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Overview

Learn the history behind our world's great ancient societies.

This program will challenge you to:

  • Gain an understanding of history's greatest societies, including ancient Greece and Rome.
  • Study ancient languages and texts.
  • Learn the importance of mythology, Archaeology, ancient philosophy and the rise of Christianity.
Humanities & Fine Arts Social Sciences & History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Professional Studies & Enhancements
Minor
Classics Minor

Peaks this program fulfills

  • Social Sciences & History

Courses and Requirements

View this degree in the course catalog

Minor Requirements (15 credits):

Take the following two courses (6 credits):

 

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
HIS-331 Ancient Greece 3 credits
HIS-332 Ancient Rome 3 credits

 

Ancient World (9 credits):

Complete 9 additional credits dealing with the ancient world, including but not limited to the following courses. For other course choices, consult with the department chair.

Complete 9 additional credits dealing with the ancient world

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
ARH-200 Ancient to Medieval 3 credits
ENG-309 The Epic Tradition 3 credits
HIS-320 Ancient Latin Language & Literature I 3 credits
HIS-322 Latin Readings 1 credits
HIS-325 Ancient Greek Language & Literature I 3 credits
HIS-326 Ancient Greek Language and Literature II 3 credits
HIS-327 Greek Readings 1 credits
HIS-328 Mythology: Classical History and Archaeology 3 credits
HIS-363 The Rise of Christianity: Classical History and Archaeology 3 credits
HIS-364 The Life of Jesus: History and Archaeology 3 credits
PHI-310 Ancient Philosophy 3 credits
POE-255 Introduction to Political Philosophy Through Plato 3 credits
REL-112 New Testament Introduction 3 credits