1. One course selected from the following:
ANCS 201: The Ancient Greeks 
ANCS 202: The Roman World 
2. One course selected from the following:
ARCH 200: Greek Archaeology 
ARCH 201: Roman Archaeology 
3. One course selected from the following:
ANCS 453: Ancient Greece 
ANCS 455: The Roman Republic 
ANCS 456: The Roman Empire 
Nine credits at the 300 level or above in:
Ancient Studies, Latin, Greek, Archaeology, Ancient History,
or in other disciplines as approved by ANCS
Nine additional credits in any of the above related subject areas
There are two ways to fulfill the language requirement; students need to complete one.
Option 1: 3 credits of Latin or Greek at the 300 level or above
Note: Students who have not previously taken Latin or Greek will need to take 101, 102, and 201 [4 credits each] in their chosen language before registering for a 300-level course.
Option 2: Ancient Studies majors may fulfill their major requirement by completing Greek 201 or Latin 201 [4 credits each], plus any combination of two additional courses offered by the department with ANCS, ARCH, or HIST designations. All courses for this option must be taught by a member of the Ancient Studies faculty.
Note: Students planning to enter graduate school after completion of the undergraduate degree must follow Option I and take more language courses than are required in that option. Students planning to teach Latin must take five courses [3 credits each] at the 300 level or above in Latin and receive a grade of “A” or “B” in each. Contact a faculty member for guidance.
Grading Requirement: No course in which the student has earned a grade less than a “C” will count toward completion of the major.