Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages
A student majoring in classical languages choose either Latin or Greek as their primary language and the other as their secondary language. The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in classical languages. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title. Our Course Descriptions page lists all classical language courses. For one possible breakdown of the classical languages major by semester, see the Plan of Study.
* Every Greek, Latin, and classical languages major must pass written and oral comprehensive examinations in their senior year.
† The Clare College curriculum also includes a three-credit quantitative reasoning requirement. Classical languages majors satisfy this requirement by passing any of the courses listed in the above table under Mathematics.
Requirements for a Minor in Classical Culture
Non-majors may obtain a classical culture minor by completing the requirements below. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title. Our Course Descriptions page lists all classical language courses.
To declare a minor, a special form must be filled out and filed with the Records Office by the end of the student's junior year. The appropriate form is available from the student's advisor or from the Office of the Registrar.