Ancient Mediterranean Studies Minor

For a 15-credit minor in Ancient Mediterranean Studies, students complete the following:

Select five or more courses drawn from the program's offerings and from related courses in other departments15
Total Credits15

Appropriate courses used for the minor in Ancient Mediterranean Studies may also be used to simultaneously fulfill the core requirements in History, Philosophy, English Literature, Modern and Classical Languages, Religious Studies and/or Visual and Performing Arts.

Ancient Mediterranean Studies Electives 

Art History
AHST 1110Myth in Classical Art3
AHST 1111Greek Art and Archaeology3
AHST 1112Roman Art and Archaeology: Colosseum to Catacombs3
AHST 1113Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt: Images for Eternity3
AHST 2209Historic Plaster Cast Collection at Fairfield University3
AHST 2222Byzantine Art3
Classical Languages
GREK 1111Elementary Attic Greek3
GREK 2211Intermediate Greek Readings I3
GREK 2212Intermediate Greek Readings II3
LATN 1111Basic Latin4
LATN 2211Readings in Latin Prose and Poetry I3
LATN 2212Readings in Latin Prose and Poetry II3
ENGL 1060Masterpieces of Greek Literature in English Translation3
ENGL 1070Masterpieces of Roman Literature in English Translation3
ENGL 1080Myth in Classical Literature3
ENGL 1090Greek Tragedy in English Translation3
ENGL 1100Greco-Roman Gender & Sexuality3
ENGL 1270Romantic Love in Greek and Roman Literature3
CLST 1115Greek Civilization3
CLST 1116Roman Civilization3
HIST 2221Hellenistic World, 336-30 BCE3
HIST 2222The Roman Revolution3
HIST 2223Roman World in Late Antiquity, 284-642 CE3
HIST 2224Byzantine World3
HIST 3325Athenian Democracy and Empire3
PHIL 2200Ancient Philosophy3
PHIL 2205Ancient Medicine & Philosophy3
PHIL 2206Philosophical Perspectives on Women in Classical Literature3
PHIL 3300Plato3
PHIL 3301Aristotle3
Religious Studies
RLST 2428Early Christianity3
RLST 2430Eastern Christianity: Europe, Africa, and Asia3