The classics program in the Department of French and Classics offers a major in classics which allows concentration in Greek or Latin languages or classical studies. Minors are offered in Greek, Latin, or classical studies. The program offers courses in Greek and Latin; courses in translation (CLAS); and courses in the departments of art history, comparative literature, history, philosophy, and religious studies to provide a variety of enhancements to the study of the literature and language of the ancient world. Core faculty include the classics faculty of the Department of French and Classics, as well as Carl D. Evans (religious studies), Donald L. Jones (religious studies), Charles R. Mack (art history), Ralph W. Mathisen (history), and Jan Opsomer (philosophy).
For complete description of the program and its requirements, please see the Department of French and Classics.
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