Classics minor students will focus on the initial texts and creative expressions of the Judeo-Christian and Greco-Roman traditions. Students will investigate the worlds of the ancient Romans and Greeks to uncover the traits that make their works relevant. Suffolk’s Classic minor contains courses from English to Art History to Philosophy. Students might even study an ancient language.
The Classics minor is often pursued by students who major in English, History, World Languages or Philosophy as it complements their studies.
Level: Undergraduate Associate
Language of instruction: English