|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 HIST classes (16 hours required)
|The following bridge courses are required:|
|HIST 201||Why History?||4|
|HIST 345||Medieval Europe to 1300||4|
|Select 8 hrs from the following:||12|
|HIST 102||Exploring the Global Past *||4|
|HIST 231||History in Africa Before 1850||4|
|HIST 305||Introduction to the History of Christianity||2|
|HIST 311||History of Philosophy - Ancient and Medieval||4|
|HIST 342||Statecraft and International Relations in the Ancient Near East||4|
|HIST 346||Renaissance Europe (1300-1600)||4|
|HIST 495||Independent Study (by permission) **||1-4|
HIST 102 only counts when it is on the topic, “350–present”
Up to 4 hrs of independent study may count toward the major, if the topic is closely connected with the ancient classical world.