Below is a sample plan, developed through consultation with UW's Pre-Health Advising staff, for students who might wish to earn a Classical Studies B.A. while preparing to enter Medical School or other health science professional programs. Faculty strive to support and work with all students who aim to incorporate work in Latin, Greek or Classical Studies into their college studies. The Classics Departmental Advisor is happy to answer questions about possible strategies for pursuing the Classical Studies major; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Denny 262.
|Freshman||Math 124||Math 125||Biol 180|
|Chem 142||Chem 152||Chem 162|
|Lat/Grk 101 (5)||Lat /Grk 102 (5)||Lat/Grk 103 (5) FL|
|Sophomore||Biol 200||Biol 220||Statistics|
|Chem 237||Chem 238||Chem 239|
|Chem 241||Chem 242|
|ENGL 131 or CLAS C||Psych 101 (I&S)|
|Junior||Phys 114/117||Phys 115/118||Phys 116/119|
|CLAS (5) I&S||CLAS (5)||CLAS (5)|
|BioC 405||BioC 406||CLAS (5)|
|Senior||Lat/Grk 305 (5) VLPA||Lat/Grk 306 (5) VLPA||Lat/Grk 307 (5) VLPA|
|CLAS (5) I&S||CLAS (5)||Sr Essay (2)|
|CLAS (5) D||CLAS (5) I&S||I&S (5)|
Classics offers a variety of courses which satisfy the VLPA, DIV and I&S requirements.