Latin Major (B.A.)

A minimum of 120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA. However, more than 120 credits may be required depending upon the major field of study.

Program Requirements

Students must complete 42 credits of General Education requirements and 3-9 credits of World Languages and Cultures Requirements.

Required Courses
GREK 101Beginning Greek I3
GREK 102Beginning Greek II3
Select two of the following:6
Latin Literature of the Republic
Latin Literature of the Golden Age
Latin Literature of the Silver Age
Select 12 credits from the following:12
Intermediate Latin I
Intermediate Latin II
Latin Literature of the Republic
Latin Literature of the Golden Age
Latin Literature of the Silver Age
Latin Literature of the Middle Ages
Latin Composition
Advanced Latin Grammar
Roman Letter Writing
Roman Drama
Roman Lyric Poetry
Roman Biography
Methods of Teaching Latin
Linguistic History of the Latin Language
Roman Historians
The Epic and Vergil
Lucretius and Ancient Science
Ovid
Caesar: End of the Republic
Roman Satire
The Elegy
Senior Seminar
Study Abroad
Advanced Latin Readings: Selected Topics
Elective Courses
Select three of the following:9
Roman Art
Early Medieval Art: Early Christian, Byzantine Early Medieval
Introduction to Classical Archaeology
English Vocabulary: Classical Roots
General Humanities I (to 1400)
Classicism and American Culture
Greek Civilization
Roman Civilization
Mythology
The City in Antiquity
Selected Topics in Mediterranean Archaeology
Field Methods in Mediterranean Archaeology
Africa in Classical Antiquity
Women in Antiquity
Introduction to Roman Law
Seminar in Classical Humanities
Intermediate Greek I
Intermediate Greek II
Greek New Testament
Greek Epic Poetry
Attic Orators
Greek Tragedy
Greek Historians
Greek Philosophers
Greek Lyric Poets
Hesoid
Selected Readings in Ancient Greek
Greek Composition
Intermediate Latin I
Intermediate Latin II
Latin Literature of the Republic
Latin Literature of the Golden Age
Latin Literature of the Silver Age
Latin Literature of the Middle Ages
Latin Composition
Advanced Latin Grammar
Roman Letter Writing
Roman Drama
Roman Lyric Poetry
Roman Biography
Methods of Teaching Latin
Linguistic History of the Latin Language
Roman Historians
The Epic and Vergil
Lucretius and Ancient Science
Ovid
Caesar: End of the Republic
Roman Satire
The Elegy
Senior Seminar
Study Abroad
Advanced Latin Readings: Selected Topics
Cicero: Ancient Philosophy
History of Philosophy: Ancient Philosophy
Total Credits33