Classical Studies | Department of History

Classical Studies

A minor in classical studies requires 18 hours.

  • Six hours (but no more than 12) must be in Latin or ancient Greek language classes at any level.
  • Plus 6 to 12 hours from the courses listed below
    • ARCH 3650 - Origins of Civilization
    • ART 2350 - Art History Survey I
    • ARTH 4802 - Art of Ancient Greece
    • ARTH 4803 - Art of Ancient Rome
    • ENGL 3200 - Rhetorical History and Historiography
    • ENGL 3360 - Classical Literature and Mythology
    • ENGL 3431 - Introduction to Early Medieval Literature
    • HIST 3762 - Rome: The Biography of a City
    • HIST 3770 - Ancient and Medieval Women, Gender and Sexuality
    • HIST 4000 - Ancient Near East
    • HIST 4001 - Ancient Egypt
    • HIST 4002 - Ancient Greece
    • HIST 4003 - The Roman Republic and Augustus
    • HIST 4004 - The Roman Empire
    • HIST 4005 - The Early Byzantine Empire
    • HIST 4006 - Roman Law and Order
    • HIST 4007 - Roman Warfare
    • HIST 4008 - Ancient Religion and Magic
    • HIST 4215 - Jews Under Greek and Roman Rule
    • HIST 4216 - Rome's Eastward Expansion: From the Punic Wars to the Jewish Wars
    • HIST 4217 - Jew, Greek and Roman: Backgrounds of Early Christianity
    • HIST 4315 - History of Anti-Semitism from Ancient Times to the Present
    • HIST 4650 - Evolution of Warfare to Napoleon
    • PHIL 3310 - Ancient Greek Philosophy
    • PHIL 3500 - Christianity and Philosophy
    • PHIL 3510 - Hebrew Bible
    • PHIL 3520 - Early Christian Thought
    • PSCI 3310 - Political Theory: Quest for Justice
    • THEA 3030 - World Theatre to 1700
    • WLLC 3700 - Classical Mythology

or, when focus is ancient,

  • ARCH 2900 - Special Problems
  • ARCH 4620 - Topics in Archaeology
  • ARCH 4810 - Archaeological Field School
  • ARTH 4801 - Topics in Art History
  • HIST 4260 - Topics in History
  • HIST 4262 - Topics in European History
  • HIST 4263 - Topics in African-, Asian- or Latin American History
  • HIST 4900 - Special Problems
  • PSCI 4330 - Topics in Political Theory

Course descriptions can be found in the UNT Catalog

Other courses may also qualify, if approved by the Classical Studies adviser. Interested students should contact Dr. Christopher Fuhrmann, Department of History (cfuhrmann@unt.edu).

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