University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - Classics - Undergraduate Program
Undergraduate Program

The Department of Classics offers Major and Minor programs in Classical Studies,Greek, and Latin.

CLASSICAL STUDIES

Major Program

For entry to the Major, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in the first six credit hours in Classics or the first six credit hours from PHIL2650, PHIL2662, RLGN 2550.

For students who have taken additional courses toward the Major, then a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required on all courses including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.  A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all courses that comprise the Major is required to graduate including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.

Minor Program

For entry to the Minor, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in both CLAS 1270 and CLAS 1280, or written permission of the department head.  A Minor in Classical Studies consists of CLAS 1270 and CLAS 1280, plus 12 credit hours in Classical Studies. Within the 12 credit hours a student may include up to six credit hours in Latin or Greek and may substitute up to nine credit hours from PHIL 2650, PHIL2660, RLGN 2550.

University 1

Year 2

Year  3

Year  4

GENERAL MAJOR    Total: 30 credit hours

CLAS 1270

And

CLAS 1280

24 credit hours in Classical Studies (Within the 24 credit hours, a student may include up to 12 credit hours in Latin or Greek courses and may substitute up to 15 credit hours from approved courses offered by other departments in Arts.

ADVANCED MAJOR    Total: 48 credit hours

CLAS 1270

And

CLAS 1280

42 credit hours in Classical Studies (Within the 42credit hours, a student may include up to 18 credit hours in Latin or Greek courses and may substitute up to 21 credit hours from approved courses offered by other departments in Arts

MINOR    Total: 18 credit hours

CLAS 1270

And

CLAS 1280

12 credit hours in Classical Studies (Within the 12 credit hours, a student may include up to 6 credit hours in Latin or Greek courses and may substitute up to 9 credit hours from  approved courses offered by other departments in Arts.

GREEK

Major Program

For entry to the Major, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in both GRK 1010 and GRK 1020, or written consent of the department head.

For students who have taken additional courses toward the Major, then a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required on all courses including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.  A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all courses that comprise the Major is required to graduate including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.

Minor Program

For entry to the Minor, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in both GRK 1010 and GRK 1020, or written consent of the department head.

University 1

Year 2

Year  3

Year  4

ADVANCED MAJOR    Total: 48 credit hours

GRK 1010

And

GRK 1020

GRK 1310, GRK 2770 plus 36 credit hours in Greek

MINOR    Total: 18 credit hours

GRK 1010

And

GRK 1020

GRK 1310 plus 9 credit hours in Greek

LATIN

Major Program

For entry to the Major, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in both LATN 1080 and LATN 1090, or written consent of the department head. 

For students who have taken additional courses toward the Major, then a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required on all courses including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.  A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all courses that comprise the Major  s required to graduate including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.

Minor Program

For entry to the Minor, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in both LATN 1080 and LATN 1090, or written consent of the department head.

University 1

Year 2

Year  3

Year  4

ADVANCED MAJOR    Total: 48 credit hours

LATN 1080

And

LATN 1090

LATN 1320, LATN 2760 plus 36 credit hours in Latin

MINOR    Total: 18 credit hours

LATN 1080

And

LATN 1090

LATN 1320 plus 9 credit hours in Latin