Classical Languages major integrated with English
|Select 24 hours (including capstone) from the following classical languages courses: 1|
|GREK/LATN/HEBR: 101, 102, 201 Elementary Greek/Latin/Hebrew I-II, Intermediate Greek/Latin/Hebrew 2||12|
|Select 8 upper-division hrs (excludes CLAL 494) in one Classical language 2||8|
|CLAL 494||Senior Capstone||4|
|Complete 16 credits of required courses in the companion discipline (see list) 3||16|
At least 8 of the 24 Classical Languages hours must be HEBR, GREK, or LATN upper division (300/400-level). Students with beginning to intermediate knowledge of one of these classical languages prior to matriculation may, upon obtaining departmental approval, substitute for those hours the equivalent number of hours in any other HEBR/GREK/LATN courses for a total of 24 Classical Languages hours.
All completed in residence.
12 of the 16 hours of the companion discipline can count toward a second major.
Approved ENGL classes (16 hours required)
|The following bridge course is required:|
|ENGL 215||Classical and Early British Literature||4|
|Select 12 hrs from the following:||12|
|ENGL 331||Medieval Literature||4|
|ENGL 336||The English Renaissance||4|
|ENGL 337||Seventeenth-Century English Literature||4|
|ENGL 373||Literature of the Bible||4|
|ENGL 361||Victorian Literature||4|
|ENGL 435||History of Literary Criticism||4|
|These courses may count when they are on authors or topics that are substantially on the legacy of classical literature. Normally, all courses offered as part of Wheaton in England would qualify:|
|Studies in Literary Genre|
|American Literature in Focus: Realism to Modernism|
|Varied Literary Topics|