Minor in Classical Studies

The minor in Classical Studies focuses on the interdisciplinary study of the culture, ideas and texts of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Students will have the opportunity to investigate foundational issues such as honor and shame, the citizen and the state, freedom and slavery, men and women, reason and irrationality, rhetoric and truth. In addition, it provides the students with opportunities to gain proficiency in humanities-based critical thinking and writing skills. The minor will enrich and broaden students’ understanding of western civilization, and is suitable complement to majors in History, English, Communications, Political Science and International Studies.

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