Classical Studies Minor
Matt Klemm, Associate Professor, History, and Coordinator
Ithaca College offers students an opportunity to study the classical tradition from an interdisciplinary perspective. The classical studies minor focuses on the languages, literatures, and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome, as well as the later classical tradition. Since many of the ideas and principles that emerged in the classical world are basic to Western culture, courses in classics apply to the study of almost all the liberal arts and sciences. Classical studies is of particular interest to students of law, literature, rhetoric and composition, communication, modern languages, history, politics, religion, music, art history, drama, and philosophy. For more information, contact the program coordinator.
|Select 6 credits of Latin or Greek above level 1, or proficiency||0-6|
|CORE COURSES IN CLASSICAL HISTORY AND CULTURE|
|Select three courses, each from a different department, from this list of regularly offered courses:||9|
|Introduction to the Roman World|
|Arts of Antiquity: Greece and Rome|
|Classical Theories of Rhetoric|
|The Ancient World: Greece and Rome|
|Introduction to Philosophy: Greek Foundations|
|Plato and Aristotle|
|Select six credits of electives from the list of courses maintained on the classical studies website or from the list of core courses in classical history and culture. 1||6|
Elective credits may also be drawn from other appropriately focused courses, including independent studies, directed reading, experimental, or selected topics courses, with the approval of the program coordinator.