The Classical Studies minor provides an opportunity for students to study both the Greek and Latin languages as well as the cultures of the ancient Greeks and Romans. It is an excellent complement to majors such as English, linguistics, philosophy and religion, and political science, or to pre-med programs; it would enhance any studentâ€™s undergraduate education.
The minor includes the option of exploring the classical Greek and Roman cultures through the perspective of different disciplines, such as art history, communication, history, classical literature, and philosophy. For students who want to focus on either Greek or Latin, there are similar minors in these.
For those who want the full breadth and depth of the classics, there is an interdisciplinary Classics BA major program.
For formal description of the program, visit the 2011-2012 catalog.
To discuss any questions about the minor program, please contact the Chair or other committee members.
Program Committee Members
|Full name||Email address||Role||Department||Office||Phone|
|Cianciola, Jamesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Member||Communication||BT 1105||660-785-6043|
|Harrison, Rebeccaemail@example.com||Chair||Classical and Modern Languages||MC 321||660-785-7229|
|Herbert, Mollyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Member||Classical and Modern Languages||MC 337||660-785-7363|
|Kreps, Cliftonemail@example.com||Member||Classical and Modern Languages||MC 310||660-785-4481|
|Orel, Sarafirstname.lastname@example.org||Member||Art||OP 2221||660-785-4419|
|Rose, Lynnemail@example.com||Member||History||BH 207A||660-785-4057|
|Tetlak, Alexfirstname.lastname@example.org||Member||Classical and Modern Languages||BH 345||660-785-4517|
|Thomas, Bridgetemail@example.com||Member||Classical & Modern Languages||MC 316A||660-785-6014|