Admissions / Prerequisites
Latin 101 and Latin 102 orthe equivalent.
Greek 101 and Greek 102 orthe equivalent.
Equivalencies are determinedby department including, but not limited to, AP credit, IB credit, and previouscoursework in the ancient languages.
At least four 3 or 4 credit hour courses in one language and at least two 3 or four credit hour courses in the other language beyond the elementary level.
At least two 3 or 4 credit hour Classics courses (i.e. courses in the Classics Department not designated as Greek or Latin language courses).
At least two 3 or 4 credit hour courses that focus on ancient Greece and/or Rome offered by other departments including, but not limited to, Art History, History, and Philosophy.