Classical Studies is inherently interdisciplinary, offering courses in Latin and Ancient Greek at all levels as well as in Greco-Roman Literature, History, Archaeology. Religion, Philosophy and Culture. Students may complete an undergraduate program in Classics (Minor, Major, Honors, Joint Honors Concentration) by selecting from Classics courses (CLAS) and History courses (HIST) that focus on ancient Greece or Rome in addition to courses in several related disciplines in the Faculty of Arts such as Philosophy, English, and Art History. A list of courses that may be counted toward a Classics program, including courses offered in other departments, can be found here and in the university eCalendar.
Students may also complete an undergraduate program in History focusing on ancient Greek and Roman History.
Consult the History Programs page for program requirements. Students who are considering graduate studies in ancient history are strongly encouraged to take ancient Greek and Latin language courses in addition to their history program. Classics course pertaining to the study of modern Greek Language and Literature may be counted towards the Minor program in Modern Greek Studies.
For more detailed information on program requirements in Classical Studies please check our Undergraduate Program in Classics page found here.