Classical Humanities Minor

For information, contact the Department of Classics, 105 Irvin Hall, 513-529-1480.

This minor offers students the opportunity to become acquainted with the rich spectrum of classical literature, language, art, and civilization. A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor. These courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no-credit.

Program Requirements

(18 semester hours)

Select two of the following:6
Greek Civilization in its Mediterranean Context
Roman Civilization
Introduction to Classical Mythology
Select three semester hours of the following classical literature and language courses:3
Greek and Roman Epic
Greek and Roman Tragedy
Greek and Roman Comedy
Greek and Roman Historians
Greek and Roman Erotic Poetry
Greek and Roman Philosophical Writers
From Epic to Romance
The Greeks in the Near East and Central Asia
Egypt in Greco-Roman History and Fiction
Any approved course in classical literature
Any Greek course 1
Any Latin course 2
Select three semester hours of the following classical civilization courses:3
Roman Cities
Race and Ethnicity in Antiquity
Women in Antiquity
Introduction to Egyptian Art and Archaeology
Justice and the Law in Antiquity
Antiquity Through a Lens
Greek and Roman Architecture
Greek and Roman Sculpture
Greek and Roman Painting
Any approved course in classical civilization
Select six additional hours from the last two groups above6
Total Credit Hours18
1

Except GRK 101 and GRK 102

2

Except LAT 101, LAT 102, LAT 121, and LAT 201