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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Classical Studies Minor


Program requirements


The minor requires 18 credit hours at or above the 200-level that are passed with a C or better or a 2.5 GPA; they cannot be taken pass/fail. As part of the 18 credit hours students must complete to attain the minor, they must fulfill the requirements within the Humanities Core of the minor and the Language Requirements of the minor

The courses listed below are the courses offered by the Department of Modern Languages as part of the curriculum of the minor that will count toward the 18 credit hour requirement for attaining the minor.

Student may, but are not required to take a number of courses offered by other programs at K-State that include discussion of classical topics. The list of accepted ancillary courses is included below, under Ancillary Courses with Classical Content.

Study Abroad:


Students will be encouraged, but not required, to study abroad in Greece, Turkey, or Italy or elsewhere at programs that offer courses in classical languages and cultures. Students currently have the opportunity, through the Office of International Programs, to study at universities that offer courses on classical topics including Bogaziçi University in Istanbul. In the future, a faculty-led summer study abroad trip to Italy, Greece, or Turkey will be organized. Transfer credit may fulfill requirements in the Humanities Core, the Language Requirements, and/or the Ancillary Requirements if approved by the Director of the minor in Classical Studies. At least two courses for the minor at or above the 300-level must be taken at K-State’s Manhattan campus.

Total credit hours: (18)