Classics Major

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Classics is designed to bring students into lively engagement with the world of the ancient Greeks and Romans through the study of language, literature, and culture. Classics enlarges, preserves, and transmits detailed knowledge and understanding of the ancient civilizations, which continue to exert a central influence on modern society. Students specialize in either Latin or Greek while pursuing courses in translation. Since it involves the study of entire cultures, Classics, by its very nature, requires an interdisciplinary body of knowledge and the rigorous application of several investigative methodologies.

Classical Humanities Major

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Humanities (CLHU) engages students who have an interest in the classical world, but a preference to study an array of topics and themes in their undergraduate education rather than specialize in language. This major emphasizes a wide range of aspects of classical cultures, in particular art, history, archaeology, architecture, and mythology. Like Classics, the study of Classical Humanities enlarges, preserves, and transmits detailed knowledge and understanding of the ancient civilizations, which continue to exert a central influence on modern society. Students specialize in either Latin or Greek while pursuing courses in translation.

Greek Minor

Latin Minor