2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Dec 04, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog

Classical Studies Minor


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Drawing upon diverse and comparative perspectives, the minor in Classical Studies explores the ancient world from all angles. Students explore the connections between past and present through the study of classical languages along with courses in the history, politics, material culture, philosophy, and literature of the ancient world.

Program Learning Outcomes


  • Develop an understanding of the ways in which ancient languages and literatures (in the original or in translation) reflect social and political institutions
  • Acquire knowledge of and integrate literary, historical, and archaeological evidence in order to develop and investigate cultural and historical questions from a multiplicity of perspectives
  • Recognize, articulate, and analyze the major intellectual, cultural, and institutional traditions in the Greek and Roman worlds, as well as their continuity and differences with the contemporary world
  • Analyze sources in writing and orally with a critical awareness of a plurality of meanings and perspectives

Minor Requirements (24-26 units)


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