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Minor in Classics and Comparative Cultures

The Minor degree explores Classics and Comparative Cultures. The Minor complements degree programs across campus.

Program Description:
 

This minor explores the diverse cultures of Classical antiquity in relation to other cultures, ancient and more recent, for exploration of points of intersection and divergence. It positions the Classical Mediterranean in a global historical and multidisciplinary context by contextualizing the ways that cultures throughout the world have embraced, rejected, challenged, and adapted the legacy of Classical thought, letters, music, art, and architecture.

Required Course Work

Required Courses (9 hours):

CLAS 3000 or CLAS 3010 3
3000-level or above CLAS course 3
3000-level or above CLAS course 3

Electives (6 hours):

Choose two courses from the following list. Other courses may satisfy this requirement; contact the Department of Classics for more information.
AFST(RELI) 3203 3
ANTH 3016 3
ANTH 3090 3
ANTH 3250 3
ANTH(NAMS)(LACS) 3270 3
ANTH 3290 3
ANTH(NAMS) 3410 or ANTH(NAMS) 3410E 3
ANTH(AFST) 3460 3
ANTH 4670/6670 3
ANTH(LACS) 4225/6225 3
ANTH(NAMS) 4310/6310 3
ANTH(NAMS)(LACS) 4460/6460 3
ANTH(HIST)(NAMS) 4470/6470 3
ANTH(NAMS) 4550/6550 3
ARHI(CLAS) 3001 3
ARHI(CLAS) 3002 3
ARHI(CLAS) 3004 3
ARHI 3010 3
ARHI 3022 3
ARHI 3100 3
ARHI 4000/6000 3
ARHI(CLAS) 4002/6002 3
ARHI(CLAS) 4004/6004 3
ARHI(CLAS) 4006/6006 3
ARHI(CLAS) 4008/6008 3
ARHI 4030/6030 3
ARHI 4050/6050 3
ARHI 4060/6060 3
ARHI 4100/6100 3
ARHI 4110/6110 3
ARHI 4120/6120 3
ARHI 4150/6150 3
ARHI 4160/6160 3
ARHI 4170/6170 3
ARHI 4350/6350 3
CMLT 3000 3
CMLT(AFST)(ANTH) 3001 or CMLT(AFST)(ANTH) 3001E 3
CMLT(AFST)(ANTH) 3030 3
ENGL(HIST) 3100 3
ENGL 4210/6210 3
ENGL 4220/6220 3
ENGL 4225/6225 3
ENGL 4230/6230 3
ENGL 4290 3
GRMN 3110 3
HIPR 4560/6560 or HIPR 4560E/6560E 3
HIPR 4750/6750 3
HIST(AFST) 2501 3
HIST 3050 3
HIST 3055H 3
HIST 3060 3
HIST(AFAM) 3101 3
HIST(LACS) 3140 or HIST(LACS) 3140H 3
HIST(LACS) 3210 3
HIST 3220 or HIST 3220H 3
HIST(LACS) 3230 3
HIST 3240 3
HIST(CLAS) 3311 3
HIST(CLAS) 3312 3
HIST(CLAS) 3321 3
HIST 3330 3
HIST 3490 3
HIST(AFST) 3530 3
HIST(AFST) 3545 3
HIST 3561 3
HIST 3579 3
HIST 3580 3
HIST 3601 3
HIST 3661 3
HIST 3662 3
HIST(CLAS) 4320/6320 3
HIST(CLAS) 4329/6329 3
HIST 4330/6330 3
HIST 4371/6371 3
PHIL 3000 3
PHIL 3040 3
PHIL 3500 3
PHIL 4000/6000 3
PHIL 4010/6010 3
PHIL 4020/6020 3
PHIL 4045/6045 3
RELI 3300 3
RELI(ANTH)(NAMS) 3901 3
RELI 4001/6001 3
RELI 4003/6003 3
RELI 4006/6006 3
RELI 4020/6020 3
RELI 4070/6070 3
RELI 4074/6074 3
RELI 4301/6301 3
RELI 4304/6304 3
RELI(CMLT) 4307/6307 3
RELI 4400/6400 3
RELI 4401/6401 3
RELI 4402/6402 3
RELI 4403/6403 3
RELI 4404/6404 3
RELI 4406/6406 3

TOTAL HOURS: 15

 

Undergraduate Programs

UGA Classics explores Greek and Roman culture (material; intellectual; religious) from Troy to Augustine; Classical languages and literatures (Greek, Latin, and in English translation); and the reception of Classical Antiquity with A.B. and M.A. degrees in Classics with multiple areas of emphasis. The Minor in Classical Culture complements degree programs across campus. New to Classics? Take a course with us on campus or in Europe and acquire future-ready skills.

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