Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies (ALANG)

Ancient Languages Option

Semester 1

Course DetailsCredits
ENGL 015 - Rhetoric and CompositionNotes for: ENGL 015

ENGL 015

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
or ENGL 030 - Honors Freshman CompositionNotes for: ENGL 030

ENGL 030

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
CAMS 005 - Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations Notes for: CAMS 005

CAMS 005

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Social and Behavioral Science (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Quantification Course (GQ)Notes for: Quantification Course (GQ)

Quantification Course (GQ)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Ancient Language (level 001)Notes for: Ancient Language (level 001)

Ancient Language (level 001)

Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4
Total credits 16

Semester 2

Course DetailsCredits
00 or 100 level course in CAMS Notes for: 00 or 100 level course in CAMS

00 or 100 level course in CAMS

While completing courses toward a CAMS major, students must select some of the courses from specified thematic areas. Consult department list or adviser.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Humanities (GH)Notes for: Humanities (GH)

Humanities (GH)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals. Classics students cannot count CAMS courses for Humanities (GH).
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Quantification Course (GQ) Notes for: Quantification Course (GQ)

Quantification Course (GQ)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Ancient Language (level 002)Notes for: Ancient Language (level 002)

Ancient Language (level 002)

Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4
Total credits 16

Semester 3

Course DetailsCredits
CAS 100 - Effective SpeechNotes for: CAS 100

CAS 100

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
00 or 100 level course in CAMS Notes for: 00 or 100 level course in CAMS

00 or 100 level course in CAMS

While completing courses toward a CAMS major, students must select some of the courses from specified thematic areas. Consult department list or adviser.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Humanities (GH)Notes for: Humanities (GH)

Humanities (GH)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals. Classics students cannot count CAMS courses for Humanities (GH).
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Natural Science (GN)Notes for: Natural Science (GN)

Natural Science (GN)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Ancient Language (level 003)Notes for: Ancient Language (level 003)

Ancient Language (level 003)

Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
4
Total credits 16

Semester 4

Course DetailsCredits
100 level or above in CAMS or related areaNotes for: 100 level or above in CAMS or related area

100 level or above in CAMS or related area

See adviser for approved list.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
Natural Science (GN)Notes for: Natural Science (GN)

Natural Science (GN)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Arts (GA)Notes for: Arts (GA)

Arts (GA)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
B.A. Knowledge DomainsNotes for: B.A. Knowledge Domains

B.A. Knowledge Domains

Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Total credits 15

Semester 5

Course DetailsCredits
100 level or above in CAMS or related area Notes for: 100 level or above in CAMS or related area

100 level or above in CAMS or related area

See adviser for approved list.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
400 level ancient language course Notes for: 400 level ancient language course

400 level ancient language course

See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Natural Science (GN)Notes for: Natural Science (GN)

Natural Science (GN)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
B.A. Knowledge DomainsNotes for: B.A. Knowledge Domains

B.A. Knowledge Domains

Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
Total credits 15

Semester 6

Course DetailsCredits
400 level ancient language course Notes for: 400 level ancient language course

400 level ancient language course

See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
ENGL 202B - Effective Writing: Writing in the HumanitiesNotes for: ENGL 202B

ENGL 202B

Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
Arts (GA)Notes for: Arts (GA)

Arts (GA)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
Total credits 15

Semester 7

Course DetailsCredits
400 level ancient language course Notes for: 400 level ancient language course

400 level ancient language course

See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
CAMS 400W - Comparative Study of the Ancient Mediterranean WorldNotes for: CAMS 400W

CAMS 400W

All students must complete at least one 3 credit WRITING INTENSIVE course. CAMS 400W, required of all CAMS Majors, satisfies this requirement.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Other Cultures/ElectiveNotes for: Other Cultures

Other Cultures

Select 3 credits from approved list. Students may count courses in this category in order to meet other major, minor, elective, or General Education requirements, except for the General Education US/IL requirement.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
B.A. Knowledge DomainsNotes for: B.A. Knowledge Domains

B.A. Knowledge Domains

Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)Notes for: Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
1.5
Total credits 16.5

Semester 8

Course DetailsCredits
400 level ancient language course Notes for: 400 level ancient language course

400 level ancient language course

See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)Notes for: Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

Health and Physical Activity (GHA)

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Requirements for this course
  • † Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.
1.5
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
ElectiveNotes for: Elective

Elective

ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
3
Total credits 13.5

Additional Notes

While completing courses toward a CAMS major, students must select some of the courses from specified thematic areas.  Consult department list or advisor.

Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option.  Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.

All incoming freshmen must take a First Year Seminar (FYS) during fall or spring of their first year.  Most FYSs in the College of the Liberal Arts are 3 credits and count as a General Humanities (GH) or General Social Sciences (GS) course.

All students must take a United States Cultures (US) and an International Cultures (IL) course.  These requirements may be satisfied by completing a US and an IL designated course (one each) as a General Education, Bachelor of Arts, major, or elective course.

At least one Natural Science course must be a laboratory course.

Legend

# Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.
* Course requires a grade of 'C' or better.
† Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.

Footnotes

Social and Behavioral Science (GS)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Quantification Course (GQ)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Ancient Language (level 001)
Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
00 or 100 level course in CAMS
While completing courses toward a CAMS major, students must select some of the courses from specified thematic areas. Consult department list or adviser.
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Humanities (GH)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals. Classics students cannot count CAMS courses for Humanities (GH).
Quantification Course (GQ)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Ancient Language (level 002)
Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
00 or 100 level course in CAMS
While completing courses toward a CAMS major, students must select some of the courses from specified thematic areas. Consult department list or adviser.
Humanities (GH)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals. Classics students cannot count CAMS courses for Humanities (GH).
Natural Science (GN)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Ancient Language (level 003)
Introductory level courses in an ancient language are not required for CAMS majors in the Ancient Languages Option. Students who place into 400 level ancient language courses based on other criteria need to replace the skipped credits with additional electives.
100 level or above in CAMS or related area
See adviser for approved list.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
Natural Science (GN)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Arts (GA)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
B.A. Knowledge Domains
Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
100 level or above in CAMS or related area
See adviser for approved list.
400 level ancient language course
See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Natural Science (GN)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
B.A. Knowledge Domains
Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
400 level ancient language course
See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
Arts (GA)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
400 level ancient language course
See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
CAMS 400W
All students must complete at least one 3 credit WRITING INTENSIVE course. CAMS 400W, required of all CAMS Majors, satisfies this requirement.
Other Cultures
Select 3 credits from approved list. Students may count courses in this category in order to meet other major, minor, elective, or General Education requirements, except for the General Education US/IL requirement.
B.A. Knowledge Domains
Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arts, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, Quantification (may not be taken in the area of the student's primary major; foreign language credits in this category must be in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit level of proficiency in the first language)
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
400 level ancient language course
See adviser for approved list. At least 6 credits in 400 level ancient language courses must be in one language.
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)
General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.
Elective
ELECTIVES: 15 credits or more, depending on major. Students are able to focus these courses in a secondary program.