Greek Minor


GREEK MINOR
: A minor in Greek requires six hours in the language at the 300-level or above and twelve hours selected from courses in Greek or Latin (if they are in the language used to satisfy the language portion of the concentration, they must be at the 300-level or above); courses in Classical Studies; History 271, 272; Fine Arts 110; Philosophy 210; and Government and Foreign Affairs 310.

GREEK MINOR Checklist:

I. DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

_____ Greek 201
_____ Greek 202
_____ Greek 301
_____ Greek 302

II. ADDITIONAL COURSE CREDITS:

4 selected from the following courses:

_____ Classics 201 (Etymology)
_____ Classics 202 (Classical Mythology)
_____ Classics 203 (Greek Literature in Translation)
_____ Classics 204 (Latin Literature in Translation)
_____ Classics 185 (with special permission)
_____ Classics 285 (with special permission)
_____ Classics 301 (Humanism in Antiquity)
_____ Classics 302 (The Classical Tradition)
_____ Classics 303 (Life in the Ancient World)
_____ Classics, Latin, or Greek 490 (Directed Reading)
_____ Classics, Latin, or Greek 495 (Independent Study)
_____ Fine Arts 110 (Classical and Medieval Art History)
_____ GVFA 310 (Classical Political Philosophy)
_____ Greek 401 (Readings in Literature)
_____ Greek 402 (Readings in Literature)
_____ History 271 (Greek History)
_____ History 272 (Roman History)
_____ Latin 101 (Elementary Latin)
_____ Latin 102 (Elementary Latin)
_____ Latin 201 (Intermediate Latin)
_____ Latin 202 (Intermediate Latin)
_____ Latin 301 (Masterpieces of Literature)
_____ Latin 302 (Masterpieces of Literature)
_____ Latin 401 (Readings in Literature)
_____ Latin 402 (Readings in Literature)
_____ Philosophy 210 (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy)