Classical Studies, B.A.
The major consists of 30 credits in Greek, Latin, or Classics courses (27 credits if the student has a double major), with at least six credits at or above the 400 level. Students majoring in
Classical Studies should, in consultation with their departmental adviser, choose their course work for the major to accommodate their individual interests.
The courses taken for the major, however, should include one ancient history survey course
One archaeological survey course
One course in Greek or Latin literature in translation
And one course in ancient religion
- CLAS 220 - Ancient Christianity
- CLAS 314 - Hebrew Bible: Text, Interpretation, and Historical Perspectives
- CLAS 315 - Second Temple Judaisms
- CLAS 320 - Greek Religion
- CLAS 322 - New Testament: An Historical Introduction
With the approval of the department chair, other courses may be substituted for the specific courses listed here.