Requirements: Ancient Greek Minor


(Minimum grade of “C-“ required in each course)


Students must master Ancient Greek at least to the level of Intermediate Greek II (GK/CL 3070 with minimum grade of “C” or placement).
Select one course from the following:
Course Number Course Name Prerequisites
AH1000 Introduction to Western Art I None
AH2011 Ancient Art and Architecture None
CL1025 The World, the Text, and the Critic I None
HI1001 History of Western Civilization up to 1500 None
HI1005 World History to 1500 None
PL1100 History of Philosophy I: from Ancient to Medieval None
GK/CL4070 Advanced Study in Ancient Greek with a suitable reading program (e.g. selections from Greek historians) GK3070 OR GK3070CCI OR GK3070GE100


Course Number Course Name
Elective 1 Four courses in Ancient Greek, which can be either courses from the Ancient Greek program (GK 1005, GK 1006, GK 2005, GK/CL 3070 and GK/CL 4070) OR courses offered with the ClassicsBridge option (4 credits + 1 credit directed study). This can be any course in which coursework includes readings of literature or other written sources in Ancient Greek (e.g. the overview courses above, if not taken to fulfill the overview requirement).
Elective 2
Elective 3
Elective 4



Minors must be completed at the same time as the BA or BS degree. No more than 8 credits from courses taken outside AUP may be applied towards a minor, and these courses must be specifically accepted by the department supervising the minor. All courses counting in a minor must be completed with a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average, with no individual grade lower than “C-.”

Courses taken to satisfy requirements for a minor must include at least three courses which are not being applied towards a major or towards another minor. Courses taken to satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements, including FirstBridge courses, may be applied towards a minor. Minors do not appear on diplomas but are noted on students' transcripts. A self-designed minor is an option for students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher; the student and her or his advisor design these minors.