Students majoring in another department may elect to pursue completion of a minor in Classics. The department offers three minors: Greek, Latin, and Classical Humanities. The department also participates in the interdisciplinary minors in Archaeology and Medieval and Early Modern Studies.
The undergraduate minor in Greek consists of four courses in Greek, including GREK 204 or 205 and three courses numbered 221 or higher. The minor in Greek may not be used as an option for majors in classical archaeology who have chosen that language to fulfill degree requirements in that major.
The undergraduate minor in Latin consists of four courses in Latin numbered 221 or higher. The minor in Latin may not be used as an option for majors in classical archaeology or classical civilization who have chosen that language to fulfill degree requirements in that major.
The undergraduate minor in classical humanities consists of five courses:
- CLAR 244 Greek Archaeology, 245 Archaeology of Italy, or 247 Roman Archaeology
- CLAS 121 The Greeks or 122 The Romans
- CLAS 131 Classical Mythology
- Two additional courses: any CLAR or CLAS course numbered above 132 or any GREK or LATN course not being used to fulfill the foreign language General Education requirement