Major in Classical Archaeology
The Department of Classical Studies offers a track in Classical Archaeology
Required credit hours in Classical Archaeology -39
Major Computing Requirement
Fulfilled during the completion of the Major Writing Requirement projects.
Major Writing Requirement
Will be satisfied in the following way:
- When prospective majors, in consultation with a major advisor, fill out the form required for a declaration of major, they will specify which course of those numbered 300 or above in the chosen subject field is most appropriate to their area of special interest. This course will be the prospective concentrator’s Major Writing Requirement Course.
- At the time of registration for the specified course, the student will consult with the scheduled instructor to make all necessary arrangements for the series of opportunities to practice the writing of clear, effective prose, as the Major Writing Requirement requires.
A major in Classical Archaeology consists of 39 credit hours divided as follows:
1. 18 hours of core courses to include CLCV 217 and 218 and four courses of at least three hours each in one ancient language, either Greek or Latin;
2. 3 hours in Field Methods from CLCV 497 or Anthropology 225 or 301 OR 3 hours in Museum Studies from CLCV 492 or Art History 387 or 388;
3. 3 hours in Ancient History from CLCV 311 or 312;
4. 15 hours from the following elective courses: CLCV 314, 330, 340, 341,342, 343, 350, 351, 352, 420, 425, 430, 489, 497, and 150, 480, 490, 491,492, 493, 494, 495-496 when appropriate;
Art History 353; Anthropology 315, 319, 320, 426, 450, 451, 453, 484.
Up to two of the courses offered in other departments may count toward themajor.
CLCV 497 may be counted only once, as either fulfilling the field methods requirement or counting as an elective.