The Classical Studies Minor guides students as they study of Greek and Roman cultures from the perspective of a variety of disciplines. In addition to completing four intermediate credit hours in one classical language – either Greek or Latin – students will pursue further elective classes in language, art, history, literature, politics, and philosophy.
Students who minor in classical studies will learn to examine ancient culture and thought and make comparisons with modern society. In doing so, they will gain valuable skills such as critical thinking, research, language and communication that will prepare them for success in many different careers. A minor in classical studies highlights the key benefits of a liberal arts education, providing students with a rich field of study and furnishing skills that complement any major or professional pursuit.