Ancient languages provide important insight, and a Greek minor at Truman complements virtually any field of study. You can focus on the language at a more advanced level or supplement your studies with courses in Greek literature, mythology, classical civilization, and historical developments from Bronze Age Greece and Crete through the Hellenistic Age. You can also experience Greek culture firsthand through study-abroad opportunities.
Though the minor can be applied to any field, it is especially helpful in areas of history, English, theatre, or philosophy and religion. Immersion in Greek language, history and culture gives you powerful tools to use toward a broad range of professions—biology, law, medicine, philosophy and religion, politics, teaching, and more.