Classical Languages

(18 semester hours)

For information, contact the Department of Classics, 105 Irvin Hall (513-529-1480).

This minor offers students the opportunity to explore the language and culture of ancient Greece and Rome through the study of one or both ancient languages. A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor. These courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no-credit.

Note: Either GRK 102 or LAT 102 may be counted toward the minor, provided you have taken advanced coursework in the other language.

Program Requirements (18 hours chosen from the following):

LAT 201 Intermediate Latin (3)

LAT 202 Representative Latin Authors (3)

LAT 310 Special Topics in Latin Literature (3; maximum 12; may be repeated when content changes)

LAT 410 Latin Seminar (3; maximum 12)

LAT 404 Medieval Latin (3)

GRK 201 Homer (3)

GRK 202 Plato (3)

GRK 301 Advanced Readings in Representative Authors (3)

GRK 302 Advanced Readings in Representative Authors (3)

GRK 310 Special Topics in Greek Literature (3; maximum 12; may be repeated when content changes)

GRK 410 Special Topics in Greek Literature (3; maximum 12; may be repeated when content changes)

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