In the classical studies department, you will be taught by faculty members who have dedicated their lives to developing engaging teaching methods.
Classical Studies | Minor
Students take at least 8 credits in Latin or Greek, and additional culture-related courses for a total of 20 credits.
- ART 155 - History in Art I: Origins to the Early Renaissance
- ART 364 - Greek and Roman Art
- CL 110 - Classical Literature in Translation
- CL 120 - Classicaly Mythology in Art and Literature
- CL 130 - Classical Archaeology
- CL 310 - Grek Civilization
- CL 320 - Roman Civilization
- CL 323 - Pompeii
- CL 483 - Living Lyrics: Greek Poetry in Performance
- COM 317 - Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
- HIST 301 - Greece and the Ancient Near East
- HIST 302 - Rome and the Medieval Transition
- PHIL 311 - Ancient Philosophy
- PSC 411 - Political Philosophy
- REL 334 - Monotheisms: Abrahamic Traditions in the Modern World
Latin | Minor
Students take 20 credits in Latin courses.
Greek | Minor
Students take 20 credits in ancient Greek courses.
Heritage and Museum Studies | Major or Minor
This is an interdisciplinary program merging art, classical studies, history and archive research.
Go to the Source
In you are interested in ministry or want to study the source, the department offers courses in New Testament Greek, the original language of the Bible.
Read about graduation requirements and course descriptions.View Course Catalog