The minor in classics provides students with a multicultural education, including the study of ancient Greek and Roman civilizations and the many peoples they interacted with, including those in North Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. Students can choose between two tracks of study, one focused on language and the other more focused on art, history and literature. Students receive an interdisciplinary education, learning from faculty and students in the department who study literature, philosophy, history and religion in the world of antiquity.

  • Explore language and literature; ancient history, art and archaeology; and philosophy

  • Obtain proficient knowledge of ancient civilizations

  • Complement your undergraduate studies with a minor