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Minors

Ancient Greek & Roman Studies

Five upper division courses in the AGRS Department. Courses or seminars taught by AGRS professors in other departments may also be accepted, in consultation with an Undergraduate Faculty Advisor. One of the five courses may be taken outside of the department on campus or abroad with the Undergraduate Faculty Advisor's approval.

Greek Studies

Five upper division courses in Greek language and related courses. At least three courses must be in the Greek language; up to two courses may be in courses with substantial content relevant to Greek literature, philosophy, culture, or history.

Latin Studies

Five upper division courses in Latin language and related courses. At least three courses must be in the Latin language; up to two courses may be in courses with substantial content relevant to Roman literature, philosophy, culture, or history.

How to Declare a Minor in the Department of Ancient Greek & Roman Studies

A minor can be declared after the successful completion of the the first course of the five required courses in the Department of AGRS. Minors must be declared by the second to the last semester before completing your degree. to declare a minor, fill out this L&S  form and have it signed by your major advisor and submit the form to Cassandra Dunn the AGRS Undergraduate Major Advisor.  Cassandra is available to help you prepare the form, plan minor courses and answer your questions. You can make an appointment with her on Calendly or email or you can stop by her office.

SEE ALSO:  Guidelines for Minors Offered by the College of Letters & Sciences