Students who have expressed an interest in majoring in Classics, Classical Greek, Latin, or Ancient History/Classics should consult Professor Gregory Jusdanis, Director of Undergraduate Studies or Professor Georgios Anagnostou, Director of the Modern Greek Program for Modern Greek as early as possible in their undergraduate career. In consultation with the Undergraduate Director, they will plan a course of study and fill out a Major Program Form, which lists all the courses the student will use to fulfill major requirements. A minimum of 30 credit hours must be taken to fulfill the requirements for a major in Classical Greek, Latin, or Modern Greek; 31 credit hours are required to complete a major in Greek and Latin or Ancient History/Classics; 33 credit hours are required to complete a major in Classical Humanities. A course in which a student receives a grade of D+ or lower cannot be counted on the major. More information about the major program is available in the Department of Classics Undergraduate Handbook
For more information about Classics majors and minors, university policies, general education curriculum, other Arts and Sciences majors and minors, graduation, and the Arts and Sciences Honors Program, visit Arts and Sciences Academics or contact the Department Academic Advisor, Sarah Dunlap 337A University Hall (614) 292-6961 (Call to schedule an appointment).