Bachelor of Arts: Classical Civilization & Culture Track
Classical Studies introduces the student to the languages and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. It is unique in offering students knowledge of the origins of political, social, and cultural traditions of the West (Europe, North and Latin America), and in giving them a context for understanding contemporary Western society and culture.
Bachelor of Arts: Classics Track
Students will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies. The “Classics” track requires 24 credits of language study in both Greek and Latin. One of the languages must be taken through the advanced level (15 credits). The remaining 6 credits are completed from among the CLA courses (Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology, Greek Tragedy, Ancient Comedy) and approved courses in other departments.