Latin Major Requirements
All students who enter and most students who transfer to the University Fall 2008 or later must meet the new UGA General Education Core Curriculum requirements (GENED).
Students who continue to study Latin at UGA beyond the high school level will be placed in the appropriate course on the basis of scores on the College Entrance Examination Boards Achievement Test, the CEEB Advanced Placement Exam, or the MAPS placement test administered by the University of Georgia Counseling and Testing Center, together with other pertinent information.
I. UGA General Education Core Curriculum (GENED) Requirements and Recommendations for Major
IV: World Languages and Culture, Humanities and the Arts (12 Hours)
Preferred Course(s): CLAS 1000/CLAS 1000H or CLAS 1010/CLAS 1010H (take course in Area IV or in general electives)
V: Social Sciences (12 Hours)
Preferred Course: CLAS (ANTH) 2000
VI: Courses Related to the Major (18 Hours)
Choose one course from the following:
CLAS 1020/CLAS 1020H. Classsical Mythology
CLAS (ANTH) 2000. Classical Archaeology
Choose three courses from the following:
ARHI 2100 or ARHI 2100H. Monuments of World Art
CLAS 1000/CLAS 1000H. Greek Culture (if not taken in Area IV)
CLAS 1010/CLAS 1010H. Roman Culture (if not taken in Area IV)
CLAS 1020/CLAS 1020H (if not taken in previous category of Area VI)
CLAS (ANTH) 2000 (if not taken in previous category of Area VI)
CLAS (LING) 2010. Nature of the English Vocabulary
CMLT 2210 or CMLT 2250H. Western World Literature I
HIST 2301 or HIST 2311H. History of Western Society to 1500
LING 2100/LING 2100H. The Study of Language
PHIL 1000/PHIL 1000H. Introduction to Philosophy
RELI 1001 or RELI 2001H. Introduction to Judaism, Christianity & Islam
II. Major Requirements (60 Hours)
Major Required Courses (15 hours)
Three 4000-level LATN courses
Major Elective Courses (15 hours)
Five 3000-level or above courses, in any combination, in CLAS, GREK, or LATN, or courses in ANTH, ARHI, CMLT, HIST, LING, PHIL, RELI that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Classics Department.
The fifteen hours can include up to 6 hours of 1000/2000-level Greek or Hebrew.
General Electives (30 hours)
(Refer to College-wide requirements when selecting general electives.)
Latin Minor Requirements
Required Courses (12 hours): LATN 3010 and three 4000-level LATN courses
Electives (3 hours): One course 3000-level or above in CLAS, LATN, GREK, approved by the Classics Undergraduate Coordinator.
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS MINOR: 15 hours