The Department offers a single B.A. degree in Classical Studies, with three possible concentrations. See requirements and details for each concentration listed below. *Please note, it is not possible to “double major” in Classical Studies by completing requirements for 2 different concentrations since only one degree is offered.
The Department no longer offers a concentration for Latin High School Teaching, but students interested in teaching should take as much Latin as possible and plan to seek licensure after graduation. Please talk with your major advisor if you think you may want to do this.
We invite ALL students to consider a second major especially in the Classical Civilization concentration. This program was designed to provide a broad-based liberal arts degree which can complement many other majors and serve as an excellent general background for many professional fields, including law, journalism, advertising, and others. The degree can also be completed easily while satisfying University GEC and College requirements by choosing one of the following courses for each category below:
- Foreign Language requirement: LAT or GRK through the 204 level
- GFA: CCI 306, 312
- GHP/CPM: CCI 201, 202, 211, 212, 240
- GLT: CCI 205, 227, 228, 305, 324, 325, 326
- GPR: CCI 321, 340, 350
- GRD: CCI 102
- GSB: CCI 207
Complete the major with as few as 1-2 electives (check with your CLS advisor)
The Department also offers a Minor in Classical Studies which consists of 15-21 hours in courses to be approved by the department advisor. You can declare a minor and have your courses approved on-line by visiting our Declare a Minor page.