If you have an interest in ancient culture and a fascination with archeological adventure, a minor in classical archeology will be an enjoyable addition to any major and will stand out on your resume. You’ll also feel at home in the tight community of the small classics program.

You’ll take six courses, with a minimum of 18 credit hours, to complete the classical archaeology minor. This will include Classics 103 (Introduction to Classical Archaeology), one basic civilization course (Classics 100, 102, 200, 202, or 224), and either Classics 300 (Greek Archaeology) or 301 (Roman Archaeology). In addition, you’ll take three other courses in classical archaeology numbered 300 or higher. You can supplement your work with a study or excavation abroad program in Greece, Italy, or other countries.