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    The minor in Classics at Ohio Dominican University is an interdisciplinary program designed to introduce students to the foundations of Western civilization, with special emphasis on the contributions of Greece and Rome. The program engages students in a variety of different fields, including Art, English, History, Latin, Philosophy, Political Science, and Theology. Students will have the opportunity to explore the classical tradition through an intensive study of textual sources and material culture. The Classics minor is coordinated by the Department of History.

    Requirements for a Minor in Classics



    For Prerequisites and Co-Requisites please see course descriptions.


    Required Courses:  
    LAT 110 Elementary Latin I


    LAT 111 Elementary Latin II


    Select four courses from at least two of the following disciplines:


        ART 150 History of Western Art I  
        ART 220 Introduction to Book Arts  
        ART 353 Historic Painting Techniques  
        ENG 279B CORE: Home and Away: Epics and Utopias  
        ENG 348A The Epic Tradition  
        ENG 455 Studies in Poetry  
        ENG 456 Studies in Drama  
        HST 110 Western Civilization I  
        HST 305 The Ancient World  
        PHL 261 History of Ancient Philosophy  
    Political Science  
        POL 100 Ideas, Ideals, and Ideologies  
        POL 230 The Law, Society, and Polity  
        POL 279B CORE: Political Philosophy and Western Tradition  
        THL 204 Epistles of Paul  
        THL 209 Intertestamental Literature  
        THL 240 History of Christianity: The First Millennium  
        THL 248 Early Christian Writings  
    Study Abroad credit  
    Special Topics in any of the above disciplines  
    Total Credits Required 18