The Minor in Classical Studies focuses a student's interest in ancient Mediterranean history and provides a foundation for advanced work in other academic disciplines as well as professional programs in law, medicine, and finance. The minor gives students an opportunity to develop a keener perception and better understanding of the cultural forces at work in the contemporary world. By presenting a broad selection of courses in the various disciplines of literature, philosophy, and history, the minor provides students with a sound overview of Western antiquity.
Program Requirements (18 credit hours)
The minor requires a minimum of 18 credit hours of coursework distributed over at least three of the following five areas of study: