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Major and Minor Requirements - Classical Civilization
The Classical Civilization Major

The Classical Civilization Major

Note: The grade point average of the coursework comprising the major must be no less than 2.00 with no course grade below C- (1.7).

9 units, including

CLSC 306 The Classical Tradition
CLCV 498 Major Seminar
Seven units selected from courses offered by the Department of Classical Studies or approved courses in related fields
The Classical Civilization Minor

The Classical Civilization Minor

Note: No course grade below C- (1.7) will count toward the minor.

Five units selected from courses offered by the Department of Classical Studies (excluding courses in Greek and Latin) or approved courses in related fields, of which three must be in the Department of Classical Studies.

Students are expected to fulfill all prerequisites necessary for courses within the major or minor. Prerequisites do not count toward the major or minor unless otherwise noted.

Approved Courses

Approved Courses in Related Fields for the Classical Civilization Major or Minor

ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ARTH 121 Survey I: Prehistory through the Middle Ages
ARTH 211 Byzantine Art and Architecture
ARTH 309 Image and Icon in Medieval Art
ARTH 310 Late Antique and Early Christian Art
ARTH 312 Medieval Art in Western Europe, 8th-15th Centuries
ARTH 315 Art of the Italian Renaissance
ARTH 316 Art in the Age of Reform
ARTH 322 Museum Studies
ENGL 234 Shakespeare
ENGL 301 Literature of the Middle Ages
ENGL 302 Literature of the English Renaissance
ENGL 304 Shakespeare
ENGL 308 Interdisciplinary Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
ENGL 371 Versions of Tragedy
HIST 221 Classical Greece
HIST 222 Hellenistic Greece and Republican Rome
HIST 223 The Roman Empire
HIST 225 Medieval Italy
HIST 226 Early Middle Ages
HIST 227 High Middle Ages
PHIL 271 Ancient Greek Philosophy
PHIL 281 Philosophy of Art
PLSC 311 Classical Political Thought
RELG 200 Symbol, Myth and Ritual
RELG 230 The History of Israel
RELG 241 Introduction to the New Testament
RELG 243 Ancient Mediterranean Religions
RELG 258 Religion & the Medieval Imagination
RELG 331 The Hebrew Prophets
RELG 332 Hebrew and Christian Wisdom Literature
RELG 341 Peter, Paul, (Mary) and Mary
RELG 342 Whores, Dragons, and the Anti-Christ:Revelation and the Apocalyptic Imagination
RELG 347 Women in Early Christianity
RELG 360 Goddess Traditions Ancient and Modern

Other courses considered at the coordinator's discretion.