The Classical Studies minor offers a basic grounding in Latin or Greek, along with a more in-depth exploration of at least two disciplines focusing on the history, culture, art or religion of the ancient Western world.​

Course Requirements

  • Three quarters of college-level Ancient Greek or Latin (at any level).
  • Five additional courses focusing on Ancient Greece or Rome from at least two different disciplines, chosen in consultation with an advisor or faculty member, from the current approved Classical Studies Allied Course List. For any of these five courses students are strongly encouraged to substitute any intermediate level course in Ancient Greek or Latin.

Classical Studies Allied Course List

Art and Architecture, History of

Comparative Literature

  • CPL 301 EPIC AND ROMANCE (applicable only based on time period discussed, which is not defined in the course description)
  • CPL 302 COMEDY (applicable only based on time period discussed, which is not defined in the course description)
  • CPL 303 TRAGEDY (applicable only based on time period discussed, which is not defined in the course description)

Greek

History

Latin

Modern Languages

Philosophy

Political Science

Religious Studies

Sociology

A&S 491

EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP OF SCHOOLS

This course introduces students to the research base of organizational theory, the politics of education, and foundations of building level instructional leadership. Multiple theories are examined in light of the students? experience in educational settings. This examination of theory in light of experience provides the students with a framework for analyzing both familiar educational institutions and the theories that support educational institutions. Through a study of administrative and organizational theory using those settings with which students are most familiar, students will become more reflective of the theoretical base that will inform their future practice as administrators.
Prerequisites:
Status as an Advanced Masters Education student is a prerequisite for this class.