A student majoring in classical languages chooses either Latin or Greek as their primary language and the other as their secondary language. Changes in the sequence of the plan of study below may be desirable. These must be made in consultation with the student’s academic adviser. To see the title of a course in the plan of study, simply pass the cursor over the course's number. To see an overview of a course, click on its number. A list of all classical language courses is found on our Course Descriptions page.
* Classical languages majors must take a modern language course at the 202 level or above. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional modern language courses, which count as general electives.
** Two of the classical language electives must be advanced courses (that is, numbered 300 or above) in the primary language. The other four classical language electives are any courses in the secondary language.
The comprehensive requirements for classical studies majors include a departmental oral and written examination.