No matter your major, an interdisciplinary minor in classical studies can add breadth and depth to all fields of study. You can develop experience with inquiry, analysis, and communication through lively class discussions, study groups, and campus events. You can also expand your professional network through student organizations, like the Classics Club, for a chance to meet like-minded peers at meetings and conferences.
Learning aspects of ancient Greek and Roman languages and cultures, you develop a sense of how the ancients responded to the universal questions of the human experience. You also discover past worlds and their impact on modern societies. A classical studies minor can enhance professional degrees in politics, religion, literature, law, medicine, seminary, and more.
If you want to turn this interdisciplinary studies minor into a major, consider Truman’s interdisciplinary studies major.
For more information, please contact a committee member:
- Chair: Amy Norgard (Classical and Modern Languages Department)
- James Cianciola (Communication Department)
- Josh Nudell (History Department)
- Sara Orel (Art + Design + Art History Department)
- Alex Tetlak (Classical and Modern Languages Department)
- Bridget Thomas (Classical and Modern Languages Department)