School of Humanities and Cultural Studies

Minor in Classical Languages and Culture

Why Choose Classical Languages and Cultures?

As a study of the origins of Western civilization, a classical languages and cultures minor is a fitting complement to any liberal arts discipline. This minor is also a great option for non-liberal arts majors. Science, engineering, math, business, etc. are all encompassed in the study of ancient Greece and Rome.

Academics and Curriculum

  • Languages: Minors must take a minimum of 9 hours of Latin or Greek. These courses may also count toward meeting the foreign language requirement for all students majoring in subjects in the College of Liberal Arts.
  • Electives: Elective comprise any classic courses. Greek and Latin courses beyond the required number may also count as classics electives.
  • CLS 1500: Introduction to Greek and Roman Culture is a classics course offered as part of the Wright State Core. This course is a requirement for classics minors.

View Minor in Classical Languages and Cultures program information and requirements in the Academic Catalog.


If you are a current student go to the WINGS Express Major/Minor change request form or talk to your advisor about adding a minor.


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