LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE OF ANCIENT ROME –

LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE OF ANCIENT ROME –

LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE OF ANCIENT ROME – Latin Minor Checklist This minor is designed to provide a basic, but contextual and broad, famili...

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LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE OF ANCIENT ROME – Latin Minor Checklist

This minor is designed to provide a basic, but contextual and broad, familiarity with Latin language and literature and the civilization of ancient Rome. More specifically, it requires students to study, at the intermediate and advanced level, Latin and authors writing poetry and/or prose, but at the same time it acquaints the student with the broader historical, social, and cultural context in which these authors lived and worked. Prerequisites: [ ]

Latin 231.004, or Latin 232 or Latin 233, or RCLANG 295, or equivalent as determined by the departmental placement examination

Requirements: At least 16 credits of courses chosen from the following three groups: (1) At least two upper-level courses in Latin language and literature (Latin 301 or higher) [ ] [ ]

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(2) At least one broad introductory course from the following: [ ] CLCIV 102 [The Ancient Roman World] (4 credits) [ ] CLARCH 222 [Introduction to Roman Archaeology] (4 credits) [ ] HISTORY 201 [Rome] (4 credits) [ ] CLCIV 302/HISTORY 302 [Roman Republic] (4 credits) (3) At least one upper level course (300- or 400-level) in: [ ] [ ] [ ]

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Roman Civilization ____________________________________ Roman Archaeology ____________________________________ Roman History ____________________________________

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(4) Another course from #1, 2 or 3 above: ________________________________

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Total Credits (should equal 16): _______

For further questions, please contact the Department of Classical Studies at [email protected]

Revised: 2/11/2016