So you would like to study the world of antiquity, but you don't have the time to devote to a major? That's not a problem. The Department offers a minor in Classics that can satisfy your needs. Please note that you are also subject to the College of Arts and Sciences minor requirements listed in the university catalog. These include:
A minimum of 18 hours all C- or better in the minor
A minimum 2.00 GPA for courses in the minor
A minimum of 9 upper division hours in the minor
The specific requirements for completion of the Classics minor are as follows:
Greek and/or Latin: 12 credits of language (Note: Students should designate either Greek or Latin as the primary field of language study. Only courses above the introductory sequence (GREK 1013-1023 and LATN 1014-1024) of the primary language count towards the minor. If a student takes the secondary language as well, all credits taken in that language as well as all credits in the primary language above the 1000-level count towards the minor. If a student has learned the equivalent of the introductory sequence in the primary language before beginning language study at CU and begins language instruction in the department at the 2000-level or above, all credits in both languages immediately count towards the minor.)
With the approval of the undergraduate faculty advisor, additional upper-division Greek or Latin courses may be substituted in place of classical literature, culture and thought or ancient history, art and archaeology courses.
Electives: 6 credits (classical literature, culture and thought or ancient history, art and archaeology courses listed under Track II)
A total of 18 Classics credits are required from the following categories:
Literature, Culture and Thought: At least 6 credits (CLAS 1010, 1020, 1030, 1100, 1110, 1115, 1120, 1140, 2020, 2100, 2110, 2610, 3400, 4040, 4110, 4120, 4130, 4140, 4840; PHIL 3000)
History: At least 3 credits (CLAS 1051, 1061, 1071, 2041, 4021, 4031, 4041, 4061, 4071, 4081, 4091, 4761; HIST 3011)
Art and Archaeology: At least 3 credits (CLAS 1041, 1509, 2029, 2039, 2049, 3009, 3019, 3119, 4051, 4119, 4129, 4139, 4149, 4169, 4199, 4229, 4761, 4849)
Greek or Latin courses may be substituted in place of classical literature, culture and thought or ancient history, art and archaeology courses.