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A major is offered in Classics for three categories of students:
1) those who wish to acquire a liberal arts education centered on the intensive study of the Greek and Latin languages, literature, and culture;
2) those planning to do post-graduate work in these fields;
3) those intending to become Classics teachers.

The Classics Program includes courses in Greek and Latin on the elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels. It offers a major in Classics, which requires a student to take 30 hours of Latin and 15 hours of Greek (cf. Program of Study). It also offers a Latin minor and a Greek minor.


Sample Program | Course Descriptions

FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Introduction Latin I Introduction Latin II
Epic and the person Lyric/Dram Voices
History Core (HST 105 recommended) American Founding Principles Core
Natural Science Core Catholic Tradition in Fine Arts Core
Social Science Core Natural Science Core
SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Elementary Greek I Elementary Greek II
Intermediate Latin I Intermediate Latin II
Greek History Roman History
Phil. of the Human Person Philosophy of Ethics
Ancient Greek Philosophy Word of God: Script & Trad
THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Intermediate Greek I Intermediate Greek II
Survey Latin Prose Latin Prose Composition
LAT/GRK 300 level LAT/GRK 300 level
Metaphysics Christian Moral Principles
Foundations of Catholicism Elective
  Elective
FOURTH YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Greek Prose Survey GRK 300 level
LAT/GRK 300 level elective LAT/GRK 300 level elective
Math/Macroeconomics Core Senior Oral Examination
Elective Elective
Elective Elective
  Elective

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