This program is not sufficient for admittance to graduate programs in Classics/Classical Studies. Students who are considering graduate work in Classics should take the Honors Specialization in Classical Studies with some additional language courses in Greek and Latin.
Completion of first-year requirements, including Classical Studies 1000 with a mark of at least 60%.
5.0 courses in Classical Studies, Greek or Latin at the 2000 level or above.
4.0 courses in Classical Studies, Greek or Latin at the 3000 level or above.
A maximum of 2.0 courses may be substituted from: History of Science 2151F/G, History of Science 4420F/G (Greek and Roman Medicine); Philosophy 2200F/G, Philosophy 3007F/G, Philosophy 3008F/G, Philosophy 4007F/G, Philosophy 4017F/G (Ancient Philosophy); Visual Arts History 2247E, the former Visual Arts History 2249E, the former Visual Arts History 4445F/G (Greek and Roman Art).