The Minor in French (21 credits)

The minor program in French is a valuable complement to many concentrations, particularly biology, business administration, chemistry, economics, elementary education, English, history, philosophy and religious studies, political science, psychology, sociology, and theater arts. The minor program in French requires MLAN 308 and 18 credits in French above the 100 level, at least 12 of which must be on the 300 level or higher, with no grades below C-. No specific French courses are required.

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

The Minor in German (21 Credits)

The minor program in German is a valuable complement to many concentrations, particularly biology, business administration, chemistry, economics, education, English, history, philosophy and religious studies, political science, psychology, sociology, and theater arts. The minor program in German requires MLAN 308 and 18 credits in German above the 100 level, at least 12 of which must be on the 300 level or higher, with no grades below C-. No specific German courses are required.

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

The Minor in Spanish (21 credits)

The minor program in Spanish is a valuable complement to most concentrations, particularly biology, business administration, chemistry, economics, elementary education, English, history, philosophy and religious studies, political science, psychology, sociology, and theater arts. The minor program in Spanish requires MLAN 308 and 18 credits in Spanish above the 100 level, at least 12 of which 149 must be on the 300 level or higher, with no grades below C-. No specific Spanish courses are required.

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

The Minor in Classical Civilization (18 credits)

The legacy of the ancient Greeks and Romans has had a profound influence on virtually all aspects of Western civilization. We can trace the roots of our form of government and legal system back to the Greeks and Romans, as well as contemporary concepts of education, engineering, medicine, science, philosophy, art, architecture and literature. The classical civilization minor is not available to classical studies majors.

The curriculum, with no grades below C-, is as follows:

  • One LATN or GREK course at the 200-level or above, or the equivalent
  • CLST 211 or HIST 301
  • CLST 212 or HIST 302
  • Select three electives (9 credits) from the following list: Courses used to fulfill 1-3 above may not double-count as electives. Any CLST course; COMM 249; ENGL 321; FNAR 395 (only Greek and Roman Art); GOVT 357; GREK at the 200-level or above; HIST 301, 302, 312 or 415; LATN 202 and any 300 level course or above; PHIL 201 or 451.

For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

The Minor in Latin Classical Studies (18 credits)

The Latin classical studies minor is designed to provide students with mastery of Latin grammar and syntax as well as the skills necessary for translating original Latin texts from all time periods accurately and efficiently; upper-level courses will also provide instruction in the criticism and interpretation of ancient Latin texts. Supplementary courses in Greco-Roman literature, culture and history will provide a wider background for understanding Latin literature in its context. The Latin classical studies minor is not available to classical studies majors.

The curriculum for the Latin minor, with no grades below C-, is as follows:

  • Four LATN classes at the 200-level or above
  • Select two electives from the following:
    • LATN: any 300 level or above
    • CLST: any 200 level or above
    • GREK: any course
    • HIST 302 Roman History
For full curriculum and more information, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog. (PDF)

Curriculums for Additional Languages:

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