Classics concerns itself with the languages and cultures of the ancient Greeks and Romans, whose civilizations had a central role in shaping the basic conceptual categories of our present cultural, intellectual, professional, and civic lives. Study of Ancient Greek and Latin and the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome fosters broad and deeply informed critical perspectives on the human experience and develops excellent analytical, problem-solving and communication skills.
The Department of Classics offers four majors (Classics, Classical Studies, Latin, Greek) and four minors (Classical Studies, Latin, Greek, Classics and Ancient History). Please use the links the below to learn about these programs and their requirements.
- Course Offerings
- Overview of 400 level Latin and Greek Courses
- Courses Acceptable toward Classics Undergraduate Programs (offered in English, no Greek or Latin required)