Ancient Greek and Roman Studies Minor

An advisor on minors for this language will help students tailor the program to their needs. A minor in Ancient Greek and Roman Studies requires a minimum of 18 credits (6 courses) at the 200 level or above, as follows:

2 courses in Greek or Latin at the 200 level or above........6 credits

2 FLLT courses focusing on the literature and/or culture
of ancient Greece and Rome at least one of which must
be at the 300 level................................................................6 credits

(e.g. FLLT 316 “Gods, Heroes, and Monsters; 330 “Roman Rulers and Rebels”; 322 “Greek Tragedy”; 202 “Biblical and Classical Literature”; 320/330 “Society and Spectacle in Ancient Greece and Rome”; 322 “Antiquity through Modern Eyes”; 322 “Greek Comedy”, 330 "Society and Spectacle in Ancient Greece and Rome," 330 "Roman Rulers and Rebels" )

2 elective courses from related disciplines
(at the 200 level or above) reflecting the students’
particular interests in the classical world and selected
with prior approval of the advisor (Anth, Arth, Fllt, Grek,
Hist, Latn, Phil, Posc, Thea), at least one of which must
be at or above the 300 level..................................................6 credits