Classics Program

Classics --- Is the study of the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome through their literary and material remains.  Key to the study of Greece and Rome is a critical knowledge of the works of ancient authors in their original languages. This means tha thte study of Latin and Greek is necessary for anyone seriously contemplating advanced processional standing or even graduate work, in any area of Classics. Therefore, students intending to pursue the study of ancient Greece or Rome beyond the BA are directed tot he program in Classics (which includes the study of both Latin and Greek). Moreover such students are strongly advised to commence their language study at the earliest possible stage of the degree program.
Honours* in Classics
Major in Classics
Classics:
6ch from CLAS 1323,1403,1413,1503,1703,2333
27ch of advanced Classics courses (including the 6ch of advanced Latin or Greek listed below)

Languages:
30ch (LAT 1103, 1113, 2105 and 3105; GRK 1203, 1213, 2205 and 3205)
6ch of advanced Latin or Greek courses beyond 3105 or 3205
Classics:
6ch from CLAS 1323, 1403,1413,1503,1703,2333
27ch of advanced Classics courses (including the 3ch of advanced Latin or Greek listed below)

Languages:
21ch (LAT 1103, 1113; GRK 1203, 1213; and either LAT 2105, 3105 or GRK 2205, 3205 
3ch of advanced Latin or Greek courses beyond 3105 or 3205
*Honours Programmes require a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the honours subjects, with no grade less than 2.0