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Classics Major (HEGIS code 101) and Minor:









Classics Major and Minor:

The classical languages major consists of ten courses.  The central requirement is that students take four 3000-level courses in their primary classical language (Greek or Latin).  Depending on initial placement, that will leave from two to six courses.  These may be courses in the primary language, the secondary language (Latin for Greek concentrators, Greek for Latin concentrators), or in classical literature, history, or civilization in English.

A minor in classical languages consists of six courses: two 3000-level courses in Greek or Latin, two more language courses at any level, and two more language courses or courses in English on the ancient world.
 
Classics courses taken to fulfill the Fordham College language requirement may be counted toward the major or minor in classical languages.

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