Latin Major


LATIN MAJOR
: The requirements for a major in Latin are at least 30 hours, including 12 hours in Latin above the elementary level, of which 6 hours must be in courses at the 300-level or above, and History 272. The other 15 hours may be selected from courses in Latin (above the 200-level), Greek, and Classical Studies; History 271; Fine Arts 110; and Philosophy 210.

LATIN MAJOR Checklist:

I. DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

_____ Latin 201
_____ Latin 202
_____ Latin 301
_____ Latin 302
_____ History 272 (Roman History)
_____ Classics 480 (Capstone Course, 1 credit, to be taken in conjunction with an upper-level course)

III. ADDITIONAL COURSE CREDITS:

5 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 101 (Elementary Greek)
_____ Greek 102 (Elementary Greek)
_____ Greek 201 (Intermediate Greek)
_____ Greek 202 (Intermediate Greek)
_____ Greek 301 (Masterpieces of Literature)
_____ Greek 302 (Masterpieces of Literature)
_____ Greek 401 (Readings in Literature)
_____ Greek 402 (Readings in Literature)
_____ History 271 (Greek History)
_____ 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)