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A. B. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Classical and Mediterranean Civilizations track  
Preparatory Subject Matter
26-27
Latin 1-2-3, or Greek 1-2-3, or Hebrew 1-2-3 15
Two courses from: Classics 1, 2, 3 8
One additional course from: Art History 1A; Classics courses 1 through 50 (except 30 and 31); Comparative Literature 1; Philosophy 21; Religious Studies 21, 40 3-4
Depth Subject Matter
40
Upper division courses in Latin, Greek or Hebrew 12
Classics 190 4
Six additional courses selected from at least three of the following groups 24
Of these 24 units, at least 12 must be in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, or Classics.
(a) Literature and Rhetoric: Additional upper division courses in Latin, Greek and Hebrew; Classics 102, 110, 140, 141, 142, 143
(b) History: History 102A, 111A, 111B, 111C; Religious Studies 102, 125
(c) Art and Archaeology: Classics 171, 172A, 172B, 173, 174, 175
(d) Philosophy and Religion: Classics 141, 150; Philosophy 143, 160, 161, 162; Political Science 118A; Religious Studies 141A, 141B, 141C
Total Units for the Major
66-67
Classical Languages and Literatures track
Preparatory Subject Matter
34
Two of the following sequences: Latin 1-2-3; Greek 1-2-3; Hebrew 1-2-3 30
Classics 1, 2, or 3 4
Depth Subject Matter
36
Six upper division courses in the two chosen languages, with at least two courses in each language 24
Classics 190 4
Two additional courses selected from any of the following groups 8
(a) Literature and Rhetoric: Additional upper division courses in Latin, Greek and Hebrew; Classics 102, 110, 140, 141, 142, 143
(b) History: History 102A, 111A, 111B, 111C; Religious Studies 102, 125
(c) Art and Archaeology: Classics 171, 172A, 172B, 173, 174, 175
(d) Philosophy and Religion: Classics 141, 150; Philosophy 143, 160, 161, 162; Political Science 118A; Religious Studies 141A, 141B, 141C
Total Units for the Major
70
Major Advisers. E. Albu, V. Popescu, C. Seal, A. Uhlig

Minor Program Requirements:

The Department offers minors in Classical Civilization, Greek and Latin for those wishing to follow a shorter but formally recognized program of study in Classics.
 
UNITS
Classical Civilization
20
Classics 1, 2, or 3 4
One upper division course in Latin, Greek or Hebrew 4
Two additional upper division courses in Classics, Latin, Greek or Hebrew 8
One additional upper division course selected from any of the groups (a) through (d) in the Classical Civilization major 4
Greek
20
Classics 1 or 2 4
Three upper division courses in Greek 12
One additional upper division course in Classics, Latin, Greek or Hebrew 4
Latin
20
Classics 3 4
Three upper division courses in Latin 12
One additional upper division course in Classics, Latin, Greek or Hebrew 4
Honors Program. Candidates for high or highest honors in Classical Civilization must write a senior honors thesis under the direction of a faculty member in Classics. Potential candidates for the honors program must enroll in Classics 194HA and 194HB, normally during the first two quarters of the senior year. Enrollment is limited to upper division students with a minimum of 135 units, and a 3.500 grade point average in courses in the Classical Civilization major. For further information, students should consult with the major adviser or program director. The requirements for the honors program are in addition to the regular requirements for the major in Classical Civilization.
Graduate Study. The Department offers a masterís degree in Classics with emphasis on either Greek or Latin; however, admission into the graduate program has been suspended.
Prerequisite credit. Credit will not normally be given for a lower division course in Latin or Greek if it is the prerequisite of a course already successfully completed. Exceptions can be made by the Program Director only.
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