Study the languages of the classical world while gaining an appreciation of art, religion, culture and history.
The study of ancient Greece and Rome has proven itself through the centuries as a (perhaps “the”) core area for study of the liberal arts — exploring the basic foundations for subsequent western religious practice, visual art, literature, government, natural science, mathematics, theater and philosophy.
The Classical Studies minor at Albright combines traditional emphasis on the languages of the classical world (Latin and ancient Greek) with courses that focus on the general study and appreciation of the art, religion, culture, and history of ancient Greece and Rome.
For more information, contact Professor Robert Seesengood.
The Classical Studies minor requires the completion of five courses.
- Two semesters of Latin or Greek (101 & 102 or higher)
- Three additional courses from:
- GRE 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302, 401, or 402
- LAT101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302, or 401
- ART 105 Ancient & Medieval Art
- ENG 270 The Classical Heritage
- HIS 101 Early Civilizations
- HIS 135 World History I
- PHI 210 Greek & Medieval Philosophy
- REL 142 New Testament
- REL 154 Classical Mythology
- One of the following:
- ART 253 Art of the Renaissance
- ENG 235 Renaissance Literature
- ENG 301 Historical Study of Language
- HIS 122 Medieval & Early Modern Civilization
- HIS 261 Renaissance