Department of Foreign Languages

Programs / Minor in Classical Studies

The Minor in Classical Studies

This interdisciplinary minor program in the language, culture, and society of Greece and Rome includes courses in anthropology, art history, dance, English, history, Latin, music, philosophy, and theatre and performance studies.

Programs

Required Course - 15 Credit Hours

Students must complete fifteen (15) credit hours of coursework in Classical Studies. At least twelve (12) hours cannot duplicate coursework for their majors, and at least nine (9) hours must be at the upper-division (3000-4000) level.

Choose one course from the following:

  • Course
    Title
    Credits
  • ARH 2750 - Ancient through Medieval Art HIST 3337 - Greek and Roman History

Choose four from the following, with no more than one directed study

  • Course
    Title
    Credits
  • ANTH 1102
    Introduction to Anthropology
    3
  • ANTH 3305
    Principles of Archeology
    3
  • ARH 2750
    Ancient through Medieval Art
    3
  • ARH 3300
    Ancient Egyptian and Nubian Art and Architecture
    3
  • ARH 3320
    Ancient Near Eastern Art and Architecture
    3
  • ARH 3350
    Greek Art and Architecture
    3
  • ARH 3370
    Roman Art and Architecture
    3
  • DANC 2000
    Dance History I
    3
  • ENGL 3232
    Topics in Drama (if classical/classical tradition)
    3
  • ENGL 4380
    World Literature Before 1800
    3
  • HIST 3337
    Greek and Roman History
    3
  • LATN 1001
    Introduction to Latin Language and Culture I
    3
  • LATN 1002
    Introduction to Latin Language and Culture II
    3
  • LATN 2001
    Intermediate Latin Language and Culture I
    3
  • LATN 2002
    Intermediate Latin Language and Culture II
    3
  • LATN 3500
    Topics in Latin Poetry (authors vary; may be repeated for credit)
    3
  • LATN 4490
    Special Topics in Latin (authors vary; may be repeated for credit)
    3
  • LATN 4500
    Topics in Latin Prose (authors vary; may be repeated for credit)
    3
  • MUSI 3311
    History of Music I
    3
  • PHIL 3000
    Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
    3
  • PHIL 4450
    Major Figures in Philosophy (if classical/classical tradition)
    3
  • TPS 3094
    Performing Classical Myth
    3
  • TPS 4513
    History and Theory I: Ancient through Renaissance Theatre and Performance
    3
  • Any department’s 4400 Directed Study, if the focus of the class is relevant to Classical Studies and it is approved by the Classical Studies advisor.
  • Any department’s 4490 Special Topics, if the focus of the class is relevant to Classical Studies and it is approved by the Classical Studies advisor.
  • Study abroad credit if the focus is relevant to Classical Studies and is approved by the Classical Studies advisor.
  • Transer credit if the focus is relevant to Classical Studies and is approved by the Classical Studies advisor.

Program Total (15 Credit Hours)


Important Information about Minors

When you declare a formal minor, it is not automatically displayed on your transcript. In order for your Minor to appear on your transcript, you must fill out a special "Minor Form" with the registrar when you petition to graduate.

  • Nine (9) hours of a minor must be non-duplicative with course requirements in the major.
  • A minimum of six (6) hours in the minor must be taken in residence at Kennesaw State University.