Classical Civilization

Classical Civilization Major:

Preparation for the Major: 
  1. Classics 10
  2. Classics 20
  3. Two Classes Selected From: Classics 30, 40W, 41W, 42, 51A, 51B, 60, 87GE, or 88GE
  4. Latin 3 or Greek 3 (Latin 16 or Greek 16, summer language intensives, may be substituted for Latin 3 or Greek 3)
Requirements for the Major: 
  1. 10 upper division courses in the department.
    1. No more than three of these courses may be selected from Greek 100-133 or Latin 100-133.
    2. Classics 198A and 198B may be applied as one course towards the major.
    3. Courses in related fields not offered by the department may be substituted by petition and with the approval of the undergraduate advisor.
    4. Up to two of the following Ancient History classes will be automatically approved: History 112A-112E, 113A, 113B, 114A, 114B, 114C, 115, 116A.
    5. Other courses in the Classics 190 series may be substituted by petition.
  2. Classics 191

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Classical Civilization Minor

Preparation for the Minor: 
  1. Classics 10
  2. Classics 20
  3. One Class Selected From: Classics 30, 40W, 41W, 42, 51A, 51B, 60, 87GE, or 88GE
Requirements for the Minor: 
  1. 5 upper division courses in Classical Civilization (drawn from Classics M121-185 and 191).
    1. One upper division course in Ancient History will be automatically approved by petition.
    2. Other courses in related fields may be substituted by petition and with the approval of the Faculty Undergraduate Advisor.
    3. A minimum of 20 units in the minor must be in addition to the units applied towards a major or minor in another department or program.

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