John Cabot University: the Academic Experience

Minor in Classical Studies

Six courses, which include:

  • LAT 282 Directed Readings in Latin or CL 282/381 Independent Study in Greek or Latin
  • CL 278 Literature and Society in Ancient Rome
  • CL/HS 221 History of Ancient Greece or CL/HS 231 History of Ancient Rome and Italy
  • CL 260 Classical Mythology
  • Two 200 or 300 level courses in AH, HS, RL, or PH to be chosen from the following list:

    • AH 220 Ancient Greek Art and Archaeology
    • AH 221 The Etruscans and their Neighbors: the Art and Archaeology of Pre-Roman Italy AH 223 The Art and Architecture of Imperial Rome
    • AH 224 The Art and Archaeology of Magna Graecia
    • AH 243 Roman Funerary Art: Honoring the Dead in Ancient Rome (On-site)
    • AH 290 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments
    • AH 354 Ancient Roman Portraiture
    • AH/CL 299 Special Topics in Ancient Art
    • ARCH 201 Archaeological Theory & Methods
    • ARCH 202 Archaeological Excavation and Methodology
    • ARCH 203 Material Culture Studies and Archaeology
    • CL 261 Sexuality and Eroticism in Ancient Greece and Rome
    • CL 268 Ancient Greek Civilization
    • CL 281 Independent Study
    • CL 290 Ancient Eats: Food in Ancient Rome
    • CL 299 Special Topics in Classical Studies
    • CL 362 Roman Law
    • CL 381 Independent Study
    • CL/AH 352 Rome in the Age of Augustus
    • CL/AH 360 Selected Topics in Ancient Art
    • CL/COM 372 Classical Rhetoric and Oratory
    • CL/COM 372 Classical Rhetoric and Oratory
    • CL/HS 255 Peoples of the Roman World: Ethnic, Social and Cultural Identities
    • CL/HS 285 Wine and the Culture of Drinking in Classical Antiquity
    • CL/HS 299 Special Topics in Classical Studies and History
    • CL/HS 399 Special Topics in Classical Studies and History
    • CL/RL 288 Religion in the Graeco-Roman World
    • LAT 282 Directed Readings in Latin (if retaken with different readings)
    • PH 210 Ancient Philosophy

General Requirements for All Minors

1. No more than one grade of lower than a C- will be accepted in courses applying to the minor.

2. In the case of multiple minors, no course may apply to more than one minor.

3. No more than two courses may apply to both the major and the minor.

4. At least four courses must be taken in residence at John Cabot.

5. Requirements for the minor must be completed by the time of graduation.