The Hellenic Studies focuses on the study of Greek culture, ancient, Medieval and modern, including Greek immigrant communities abroad.
|HELLENIC STUDIES MINOR REQUIREMENTS (38 credits)|
|History of Greece|
|HIST||31009||History of Byzantine Civilization||3|
|31050||History and Society of Modern Greece||3|
|41003||History of Ancient Greece||3|
Classical Hellenism: choose one of the following groups
|CLAS||41503||Greek Literature in Translation (3)|
|41301||Classical Mythology (3)|
|41401||Greek Archaeology and Art (3)|
|ARTH||42031||Greek Art and Archaeology (3)|
|HIST||41004||Hellenic Contributions to Western Civilization (3)|
|PHIL||31001||Ancient Greek Philosophy (3)|
|Modern Hellenism: choose from the following||3-6|
|AS||30095||Studies in the Eastern Christian World (3)|
|HIST||41049||History of the Balkans 18th Century-1914 (3)|
|41050||History of the Balkans: 1914-Present (3)|
|41079||Migrations to America, 1607 to Present (3)|
Individual Investigation: choose from the following*
|Byzantine Empire (3)|
|Greek Immigrants in America (3)|
|Modern Greece (3)|
Language Cognate: Ancient or Modern Greek(or equivalent in proficiency)
May be taken through either,or a combination of, GRE 14201, 14202, 24201, 34370, or GRE 14205, 14206, 24208, 24209.
*Appropriate specialized offerings may be substituted as available and with prior approval of the coordinator of the Hellenic Studies program.
Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.