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Classics offers three (3) separate minors: Latin, Greek, and Classical Civilization (15 credits each).
Latin: Any 5 courses in Latin, including Latin 152 Latin Prose Comp (15 credits). Latin I-IV do count towards the minor, and may simultaneously satisfy the COAS language requirement.
Greek: Any 5 courses in Ancient Greek (15 credits). Greek I-IV do count towards the minor, and may simultaneously satisfy the COAS language requirement.
Classical Civilization: Any 5 courses in Classics (CLAS) chosen in consultation with the directors of Classical Studies.
Classics is also closely affiliated with an interdisciplinary major-concentration, offering both a major and a minor in Interdisciplinary Humanities: Ancient and Modernwhich is offered through the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS).
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Please contact one of the directors of Classical Studies:
Dr. Molly Levine Professor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Caroline Stark Associate Professor Email: email@example.com