Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

Coordinator, Alexander Loney

Requirements for a major in Classical Languages (CL) are 32 hours:

Major Requirements
Select a minimum of 12 credits of a language concentration in Greek, Latin or Hebrew drawn from reading classes beyond the intermediate levels 112
LING 321Introduction to Linguistics2
GREK 494Senior Capstone4
Select up to 14 credits of the following:14
Any upper-level (300-400) offerings in a classical language,
Beginning and intermediate level offerings in other classical languages (GREK 101, GREK 102, GREK 201/LATN 101, LATN 102, LATN 201/HEBR 101, HEBR 102, HEBR 201) as approved, or
Other CL approved advanced exegesis (BITH 532, BITH 635, BITH 636, BITH 646, BITH 647) or classical language courses offered in the Graduate School.
Greek Exegesis
Archaeology of the Classical World
Egyptian Hieroglyphics
Akkadian Cuneiform
History of Philosophy - Ancient and Medieval (and other PHIL courses as approved)
Other English-based BITH and HIST courses that supply context for and surveys of ancient texts, as approved.
Competency in Greek is required.
Total Credits32