Classical Humanities Minor
Classics is the study of the ancient Greek and Roman world; the Greek and Latin languages and literature; and the history, art, and culture that have been fundamental in shaping modern society. The minor in classical humanities is ideal for students who would like a structured introduction to ancient Greek and Roman civilization without the need to study one of the classical languages.
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must:
- take at least nine hours of their minor "core" requirements at UNC–Chapel Hill
- earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000 in the minor core requirements. Some programs may require higher standards for minor or specific courses.
For more information, please consult the degree requirements section of the catalog.
|One of the following:||3|
|Greek Art and Archaeology|
|Roman Art and Archaeology|
|CLAS 121||The Greeks H||3|
|or CLAS 122||The Romans|
|CLAS 131||Classical Mythology H||3|
|Two additional courses: any CLAR or CLAS course numbered above 132 or any GREK or LATN course not being used to fulfill the global/foreign language General Education requirement||6|
Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.
Department of Classics course descriptions include:
- Classical Archaeology (CLAR)
- Classics in English/Classical Civilization (CLAS)
- Greek (GREK)
- Latin (LATN)
See the program page here for special opportunities.
- Classics Major, B.A.–Classical Archaeology
- Classics Major, B.A.–Classical Civilization
- Classics Major, B.A.–Greek, Latin, and Combined Greek and Latin
Department of Classics
212 Murphey Hall, CB# 3145
Donald C. Haggis
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Director of Archaeology Program