Department of Classics
212 Murphey Hall, CB# 3145
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 Greek minor is a less intensive version of the Greek concentration in the major, and requires only three courses in Greek beyond the fourth semester. It is a useful option for students with a particular interest in ancient philosophy or early Christianity.
- Classics Major, B.A.–Classical Archaeology
- Classics Major, B.A.–Classical Civilization
- Classics Major, B.A.–Greek, Latin, and Combined Greek and Latin
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 of 12 hours of C or better in the minor (some minors require more)
For more information, please consult the degree requirements section of the catalog.
|Core Requirements 1|
|GREK 204||Intermediate Greek II||3|
|or GREK 205||Introductory Greek New Testament|
|Two (2) additional courses numbered GREK 221 or higher||6|
|One (1) additional course chosen from any CLAR or CLAS course or any GREK or LATN course not being used to fulfill the foreign language General Education requirement||3|
The minor in Greek may not be used as an option for majors in classical archaeology or classical civilization who have chosen that language to fulfill degree requirements in that major.
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.