Undergraduate

A.B. CLASSICS

This program provides students with an opportunity to pursue studies in Greek and Roman literature, history, archaeology, art, philosophy, and religion, with or without concentrating on the ancient languages, although some study in Latin and/or Greek is strongly encouraged.

The major comprises five areas of emphasis (AOEs): 1) Classical Culture 2) Classical Culture—Classical Archaeology, 3) Classical Languages—Greek, 4) Classical Languages—Greek & Latin, and 5) Classical Languages—Latin.

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).

UGA GENERAL EDUCATION CORE CURRICULUM (GENED) REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MAJOR

Students should take GENED courses to satisfy the Core in accordance with their personal interests and tastes. The department suggests that intended majors consider the following courses to fulfill certain Areas of the Core:

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 (9 HOURS)

Preferred Course: CLAS (ANTH) 2000

 

The department requires the following courses for all AOEs in Area VI:

VI. FOUNDATION COURSES FOR MAJOR (18 HOURS)

3rd semester foreign language

4th semester foreign language

 

Choose two (2) courses from the following:

               CLAS 1000/H/W (Greek Culture)

               CLAS 1010/H/W (Roman Culture)

               CLAS 1020/1020H (Classical Mythology)

               CLAS (ANTH) 2000 (Classical Archaeology)

ARHI 2300/2311H (Art History 1)

 

Choose two (2) ADDITIONAL courses from the following:

              

               ARHI 2300/2311H if not chosen above

               CLAS 1000/1000H if not chosen above

               CLAS 1010/1010H if not chosen above

               CLAS 1020/1020H if not chosen above

               CLAS (ANTH) 2000 if not chosen above

               CLAS (LING) 2010 (English Vocabulary)

               CMLT 2210/2250H (Western World Lit to 17th Cent)

               HIST 2301/2311H (West Soc to 1500)

               LING 2100/2100H (Study of Language)

               PHIL 2010/2010H (Intro to Philosophy)

               RELI 1001/2001H (Judaism Christianity Islam)

AREA OF EMPHASIS: CLASSICAL CULTURE

REQUIRED COURSES (15 HOURS)

•             Five (5) 3000- or higher-level CLAS courses

MAJOR ELECTIVES (15 HOURS)

Select five (5) courses from:

•             3000-level or above CLAS courses

•             4000-level GREK courses

•             4000-level LATN courses

•             3000-level or above courses that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Department of Classics from its list or with department approval

•             1000/2000-level courses in GREK, LATN, or HEBR (up to two courses of 1000/2000-level Greek, Latin, or Hebrew can be included if not used to satisfy Area IV)

AREA OF EMPHASIS: CLASSICAL CULTURE—CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

REQUIRED COURSES (15 HOURS)

•             One (1) 4000-level GREK or LATN course

•             Four (4) courses from the following:

CLAS 4010/6010 (Archaic Greece)

CLAS 4949/6040 (Hellenistic World)

CLAS 4070/6070 (Roman Britain)

CLAS 4100/6100 (Anc Roman Cities)

CLAS 4110/6110 (Etruscans)

CLAS 4120/6012 (Pompeii & Hercule)

CLAS 4130/6130 (Arch Rome Provinces)

                              CLAS 4140/6140 (Arch Carthage)

                              CLAS 4150/6150 (Pract Classic Arch)

                              CLAS 4160/6160 (Late Antiquity)

                              CLAS 4330/6330 (Greek Theatre)

                              CLAS 4340/6340 (Ancient Athens)

                              CLAS 4350/6350 (Ancient Rome)

                              CLAS 4360/6360 (Ancient Daily Life)         

                              CLAS 4370/6370 (Roman Theatre)

                              CLAS 4380/6380 (Death Ant & Legacy)

                              CLAS 4390/6390 (Grand Tour)

CLAS 4395/6395 (Class Legacy)

 

MAJOR ELECTIVES (15 HOURS)

Select five (5) courses from:

•             3000-level or above CLAS courses

•             4000-level GREK courses

•             4000-level LATN courses

•             3000-level or above courses that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Department of Classics from its list or with department approval

•             1000/2000-level courses in GREK, LATN, or HEBR (up to two courses of 1000/2000-level Greek, Latin, or Hebrew can be included if not used to satisfy Area IV)

AREA OF EMPHASIS: CLASSICAL LANGUAGES—GREEK

REQUIRED COURSES (15 HOURS)

•             Five (5) 4000-level GREK courses

MAJOR ELECTIVES (15 HOURS)

Select five (5) courses from:

•             3000-level or above CLAS courses

•             4000-level GREK courses

•             4000-level LATN courses

•             3000-level or above courses that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Department of Classics from its list or with department approval

•             1000/2000-level courses in LATN or HEBR (up to two courses of 1000/2000-level Latin or Hebrew can be included if not used to satisfy Area IV)

AREA OF EMPHASIS: CLASSICAL LANGUAGES—GREEK & LATIN

REQUIRED COURSES (27-30 HOURS)

•             GREK 2003 (if not taken in Area VI) OR LATN 2001 and LATN 2002 (if not taken in Area VI)

•             Four (4) 4000-level GREK courses

•             Four (4) 4000-level LATN courses

MAJOR ELECTIVES (15 HOURS)

Select five (5) courses from:

•             3000-level or above CLAS courses

•             4000-level GREK courses

•             4000-level LATN courses

•             3000-level or above courses that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Department of Classics from its list or with department approval

•             1000/2000-level courses in HEBR (up to two courses of 1000/2000-level Hebrew can be included if not used to satisfy Area IV)

AREA OF EMPHASIS: CLASSICAL LANGUAGES—LATIN

REQUIRED COURSES (15 HOURS)

•             Five (5) 4000-level LATN courses

MAJOR ELECTIVES (15 HOURS)

Select five (5) courses from:

•             3000-level or above CLAS courses

•             4000-level GREK courses

•             4000-level LATN courses

•             3000-level or above courses that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Department of Classics from its list or with department approval

•             1000/2000-level courses in GREK or HEBR (up to two courses of 1000/2000-level Greek or Hebrew can be included if not used to satisfy Area IV)

 

Classics Undergraduate Student Handbook

 

MINORS

•             A minor must contain at least 9 hours of upper-division course work.

•             Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas * through V may not be counted as course work in the minor.

•             Courses taken in Core Area VI may be counted as course work in the minor.

MINOR IN CLASSICAL CULTURE

Required Courses (12 hours): Four (4) 3000-level or higher CLAS courses
Elective (3 hours): One (1) 3000-level or higher CLAS, LATN, or GREK course
TOTAL HOURS: 15

 

MINOR IN GREEK

Required Courses (9 hours): Three (3) 4000-level GREK course
Elective (3 hours): One (1) 3000-level or higher CLAS, LATN, or GREK course
TOTAL HOURS: 15

GREK 4000-level

CLAS 3000-level or higher

LATN 4000-level (only one course)

ARHI 3000

ARHI 4000/6000

ARHI 4010/6010

ARHI 4020/6020

ARHI 4030/6030

HIST(CLAS) 3311

LING 4210/6210

PHIL 4000/6000

PHIL 4010/6010

TOTAL HOURS: 15

 

MINOR IN LATIN

Required Courses (12 hours): Four (4) 4000-level LATN courses
Elective (3 hours): One (1) 3000-level course in LATN, GREK, or CLAS, approved by the Classics undergraduate advisor.
TOTAL HOURS: 15

For more information about minor course work, contact:

Dr. Damaris M. Corrigan

Undergraduate Coordinator

Corrigan@uga.edu

(706) 542-3839

Park Hall 227

 

Joint A.B./M.A. Degree in Classical Languages

Please refer to the following for requirements and the application process for the joint Bachelor's and Master's degree in Classical Languages:

Requirements and Sample Program of Study

Application Process