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Major Requirements

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

Current and prospective majors are encouraged to consult early and often with the Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS), who serves as the key liaison between students and the rest of the University. The DUS also oversees honors and other aspects of the undergraduate program.  

Students may choose to concentrate in (1) Greek and Latin, (2) Latin, or (3) Greek. All tracks can be completed with a minimum of 12 courses beyond the language prerequisites. 

Track 1: Major in Classics with a declared concentration in Greek and Latin

Prerequisites: Either Greek 201-2 and Latin 101-3, or Latin 201-2 and Greek 101-3 or Greek 115-2 (or equivalent placements)

Major course requirements:  12 courses

Additional courses (6)

Track 2: Major in Classics with a declared concentration in Latin

Prerequisite: Latin 201-2 or equivalent placement

Major course requirements: 12 courses

Additional courses (9)

Track 3: Major in Classics with a declared concentration in Greek

Prerequisite: Greek 201-2 or equivalent placement

Major course requirements: 12 courses

Additional courses (9)

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