Classical Languages Major Requirements (A.B.)

The Classical Languages A.B. offers emphases in Greek, Latin, or Greek and Latin.

 

I. UGA General Education Core Curriculum (GENED) Requirements and Recommendations for Major

 

IV: World Languages and Culture, Humanities, and the Arts (12 Hours)

Preferred Course(s): CLAS 1000/CLAS 1000H  or CLAS 1010/CLAS 1010H  (take course in Area IV or in general electives)

 

V: Social Sciences (9 Hours)

Preferred Course: CLAS (ANTH) 2000 

 

VI. Courses Related to the Major (18 Hours)

Required courses:

GREK 2001 or 2001W, GREK 2002 (Area of Emphasis in Greek and Area of Emphasis in Greek and Latin)

LATN 2001 or LATN 2001W, LATN 2002 (Area of Emphasis in Latin and Area of Emphasis in Greek and Latin)

 

Choose one course from the following:

CLAS 1020 or CLAS 1020H. Classical Mythology

CLAS (ANTH) 2000. Classical Archaeology 

 

Choose three courses from the following:

ARHI 2300 or ARHI 2311H. Monuments of World Art

CLAS 1000/CLAS 1000H. Greek Culture 

CLAS 1010/CLAS 1010H. Roman Culture 

CLAS 1020/CLAS 1020H. Classical Mythology

CLAS (ANTH) 2000. Classical Archaeology

CLAS (LING) 2010. Nature of the English Vocabulary

CMLT 2210 or CMLT 2250H. Western World Literature I

HIST 2301 or HIST 2311H. History of Western Society to 1500

LING 2100/LING 2100H. The Study of Language

PHIL 1000/PHIL 1000H. Introduction to Philosophy

RELI 1001 or RELI 2001H. Introduction to Judaism, Christianity & Islam

 

II. Major Requirements 

Major Required Courses

Select one of the following Areas of Emphasis:

 

Area of Emphasis in Greek:

Five 4000-level or above GREK courses

 

Area of Emphasis in Latin:

LATN 3010, LATN 3020

Three 4000-level LATN courses

 

Area of Emphasis in Greek and Latin:

LATN 2001, LATN 2002 or GREK 2001, GREK 2002 (whichever not taken in Area VI)

LATN 3010, LATN 3020

Two 4000-level LATN courses

Four 4000-level GREK courses

 

Major Elective Courses (15 hours)

Five 3000-level or above courses, in any combination, in CLAS, GREK, or LATN, or courses in ANTH, ARHI, CMLT, HIST, LING, PHIL, RELI that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Classics Department. The fifteen hours can include up to 6 hours of 1000/2000-level Latin, Greek or Hebrew (when NOT used to satisfy the major’s or the College’s foreign language requirement).

 

General Electives (30 hours for Greek or Latin emphases; 15 hours for Greek and Latin emphasis)

(Refer to College-wide requirements when selecting general electives.)

 

Classical Languages Minor Requirements

Greek Emphasis

Required Courses (12 hours): Four 3000-/4000-level GREK courses

 

Electives (3 hours): One course 3000-level or above in CLAS, LATN, GREK

 

Latin Emphasis

Required Courses (12 hours): Four 3000-/4000-level LATN courses

 

Electives (3 hours): One course 3000-level or above in CLAS, LATN, GREK

 

Greek and Latin Emphasis

Required Courses (12 hours): Two 3000-/4000-level GREK courses, two 3000-/4000-level LATN courses

 

Electives (3 hours): One course 3000-level or above in CLAS, LATN, GREK

 

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS MINOR: 15 hours