2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue 
    Jun 24, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Classical Civilization Minor

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The Minor in Classical Civilization is a true interdisciplinary area studies program on a small scale. It offers the astute undergraduate a unique opportunity to fulfill a number of core requirements (language, English, fine arts, history) while pursuing a major in a chosen field.

Requirements for the Minor

Requirements for a minor are as follows:

  • Four, three-credit courses in either Greek or Latin (at least three of these courses should generally be taken at Loyola). All three-credit Greek and Latin courses taken at Loyola (or for which Loyola offers credit) can count toward the minor.
  • Three courses in classical civilization at the 200-, 300-, or 400-level. One classical civilization course is ordinarily in ancient history (either Roman or Greek). A fifth language course may be substituted for a classical civilization requirement. One departmentally-approved course focusing on the ancient world and not officially cross-listed in the Classics Department may count as a classical civilization course for the minor. (Classical civilization courses cross-listed in other departments can be found in the notes following the typical program for the major.)
  • HN 201  may be counted as one classical civilization course.

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