Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

Classical Studies

Professors: Johnson, (Coordinator)
Assistant Professor: Young (Coordinator)

The interdisciplinary minor in Classical Studies allows students to pursue an in-depth study of the history, art, literature, and thought of the ancient Greek and Roman world. 

The minor requires 3 core courses:
ENGL 225:  Classical Literature
HIST 210:    Ancient History
PHIL 201:    Ancient Greek Philosophy

Plus 2 electives chosen from the following:
ARHI 222: Survey of Art:  Ancient, Medieval and Non-Western Art or ARHI 349: Narrative in Art
ENGL 218: Ancient and Modern Rhetoric
GRK 221 or GRK 222: Readings in New Testament Greek
LAT 221 or LAT 222: Latin Readings and Culture
REL 323: The Hellenistic-Roman Cultural World
THEA 332: History of Theater I