Unlock the secrets of the Greek and Roman civilization and the origins of the Western world. Benefit not only from small classes and a close-knit student community but also from the department's library and even its on-campus museum. Take advantage of volunteer opportunities in the museum to gain first-hand experience working with artifacts from the Classical world.

This program is offered in English and in French. 

The French immersion stream is available with this program.

Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2015-2016 calendars for the previous requirements.

ENG 1100Workshop in Essay Writing3 Units
3 course units from:3 Units
Reasoning and Critical Thinking
Philosophy: Ideas and Arguments
3 course units from:3 Units
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study in the Arts 1
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study in the Arts 1
Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction
Literature and Composition II: Drama and Poetry
3 course units from:3 Units
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study in the Arts 1
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Study in the Arts 1
Moral Reasoning
Fundamental Philosophical Questions
Great Philosophers
Philosophy: Themes and Texts
LCL 1101Latin I3 Units
LCL 1102Latin II3 Units
CLA 2101The Beginnings of Greek Civilization3 Units
CLA 2102Athens, Persia, and Sparta3 Units
CLA 2103The Republic3 Units
CLA 2104The Early Empire3 Units
CLA 2130Introduction to Greek Literature3 Units
CLA 2131Introduction to Latin Literature3 Units
66 course units from the classics profile or the classical studies profile66 Units
6 optional course units in classics (LCL) or classical studies (CLA) 26 Units
12 optional course units in classics (LCL) or classical studies (CLA) at the 3000 or 4000 level 212 Units
Total: 120 Units

Profile: Classics

LCL 2103Latin III3 Units
LCL 2151Ancient Greek I3 Units
LCL 2152Ancient Greek II3 Units
LCL 3102Latin IV3 Units
LCL 3151Ancient Greek III3 Units
LCL 3152Ancient Greek IV3 Units
LCL 4100Latin Authors 33 Units
LCL 4150Greek Authors 33 Units
42 elective course units42 Units
or 12 elective course units plus minor

Profile: Classical Studies

CLA 2110Archaeological Methods and Techniques3 Units
CLA 2323Greek Mythology3 Units
CLA 3110Topics in Ancient History I 33 Units
CLA 3130Topics in Greek and Latin Literature in Translation 33 Units
CLA 4150Ancient History Seminar 33 Units
CLA 4151Seminar in Ancient Literature in Translation 33 Units
48 elective course units48 Units
or 18 elective course units plus a minor

Note(s)

1This course has variable topics. Students may take this course twice.
2

Those wishing to continue on to an MA in Classical Studies at the University of Ottawa should have completed a minimum of 18 course units of ancient language courses (Greek, Latin), from which 12 course units from one language and 6 course units from the other as optional courses.

3

This course has variable topics and may be taken several times if the themes are different.