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Undergraduate Studies

Major Requirements

The Classics major field in the Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree in Classics. The Classics faculty teaches a broad range of courses in the languages, literature, history, art, and thought of the Greco-Roman world. The major is designed to allow the individual student to pursue his or her particular interests in an interdisciplinary framework, while maintaining a sophisticated level of understanding.

MCLLC B.A. Major Sheet

MCLLC B.S. Major Sheet

MCLLC Classics B.A. 4-Year Curricular Map

Minor Requirements

The Department of Modern & Classical Languages Literatures & Cultures offers a minor in Classics for both the Bachelor of Arts & a Bachelor of Science degree. The division teaches a broad range of courses in the languages, literature, history, art, & thought of the Greco-Roman world, & the minor is made flexible so as to accompany a wide variety of majors in the university.

See more details about the Classics minor

Four-year B.A. + M.A. Program ( University Scholars)

The Classics University Scholars opportunity offers particularly gifted and highly motivated students the option of integrating their undergraduate and graduate courses of study in a single continuous path culminating in both a baccalaureate and a master's degree.

See more details about the B.A. + M.A. option

For descriptions of all CLA courses, click here.


To request further information about our undergraduate program or to set up an appointment for major/minor advising, please contact the Faculty Undergraduate Adviser for Classics:

Dr. Laura Manning,

1007 Patterson Office Tower