May 25, 2024  
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College Catalog 2023-2024 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Classical Mediterranean and Middle East Minor


Minor Requirements


A minor with an emphasis in Classical Civilization consists of five courses to include: a) one context course providing a deep historical perspective on the classical periods of the Mediterranean and/or Middle East (CLAS 101 The Classical Mediterranean and Middle East  ; CLAS 121 - The Greek World ; CLAS 122 - The Roman World ; CLAS 127 - Women, Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome ; CLAS 129 - Greek Myths ; CLAS 130 - Early Arab and Persian Empires CLAS 135 - India and Rome ; CLAS 145 - Pagans, Christians and Jews in Classical Antiquity: Cultures in Conflict ; CLAS 155 - January in Rome: The Art, Archaeology, and Urban History of Ancient Rome ) and b) four other courses from the offerings of the department.

A minor with an emphasis in Classical Archaeology consists of five courses to include: (CLAS 101 The Classical Mediterranean and Middle East ; CLAS 121 - The Greek World ; CLAS 122 - The Roman World ; CLAS 127 - Women, Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome ; CLAS 129 - Greek Myths ; CLAS 130 - Early Arab and Persian Empires CLAS 135 - India and Rome ; CLAS 145 - Pagans, Christians and Jews in Classical Antiquity: Cultures in Conflict ; CLAS 155 - January in Rome: The Art, Archaeology, and Urban History of Ancient Rome ); b) CLAS 223 - Introduction to Archaeology ; and c) three other archaeology electives offered or approved by the department. (See under Major in Classical Archaeology for a full list.)

A minor with an emphasis in Classical Languages consists of five courses to include: (CLAS 101 The Classical Mediterranean and Middle East ; CLAS 121 - The Greek World ; CLAS 122 - The Roman World ; CLAS 127 - Women, Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome ; CLAS 129 - Greek Myths ; CLAS 130 - Early Arab and Persian Empires CLAS 135 - India and Rome ; CLAS 145 - Pagans, Christians and Jews in Classical Antiquity: Cultures in Conflict ; CLAS 155 - January in Rome: The Art, Archaeology, and Urban History of Ancient Rome ); b) four other courses from the Greek, Latin, Hebrew and/or Arabic offerings of the department, including at least one at the intermediate level.