Classical Languages B.A.

NOTE: At this time, a major in Classical Languages is not offered. Students interested in proposing an Independent Major in Classical Civilizations, Classical Studies, or a similar area, should consult with Dr. John Carlevale or Dr. Jeanne Hoch (Program Coordinator), both in the Foreign Languages Program, as early as possible in their College career.

Degree Requirements

A major in Classical Languages is achieved by the completion of the following requirements, in addition to the General Education and electives required for a degree:

Required Core Course

LAT 215Classical Mythology

1 Course Credit

Required Distribution Courses

A minimum of seven (7) additional LAT course credits above the LAT 103 level

Required Collateral Courses

Another foreign language through the 103 level


Proficiency Requirements for Retention in and Completion of the Major In addition to specified course requirements, each student must satisfy program standards for written and oral communication.

Other Considerations or Recommendations The Program recommends PHI 305 as an elective, although this course does not count toward the major requirements.