While some classics majors who choose a concentration in Classical Civilization include teacher licensure in their schedule, others take a second major in a related field, such as history, philosophy, religion, English, business, or modern foreign languages. With such a background, graduates have a wide range of opportunities after college, including museum work, archaeology, graduate study, teaching, and translating.
Thirty (30) credits in Classics 101-499 and approved courses relating to Classical Civilization, including Classics 103, 105, and Latin 202, Greek 202, or at least 3 credits in an upper-level Latin or Greek course. At least 6 of the 30 credits (in Classics and approved courses) must be at the level of 299 or above. Approved courses relating to Classical Civilization are any course in Greek or Latin; Art History 114, 310, 311; Classics-Philosophy-Religion 299; Classics-Philosophy-Religion 301, 302, 331 (all with permission); any two courses among English 319, 320; History 331, 332; Italian 395; Philosophy 201, 310, 311; Religion 206, 211, 231 (with permission), 306, 331 (with permission), 341 (with permission).
To calculate your progress toward a concentration in Classical Civilization, do a “what if?” analysis on Banner; to do so manually, download a Word document of our most recent checklist of Classics Classical Civilization Concentration Requirements. As a pdf: Classics-Classical-Civilization-Concentration-Requirements