Greek + History + Classics (Myth) and More
Regardless of what major you’re pursuing, the interdisciplinary classical studies minor can add breadth and depth to your degree. Pursue answers to the questions that spark your curiosity as you explore ancient Greek and Roman worlds and their tremendous influence on later societies, up to and including our modern civilization.
Explore Ancient Greece and Rome
There’s a lot to be learned from classical antiquity. By studying various 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.
An Engaged Community of Learners
Cultivate your skills of inquiry, analysis, and communication through lively class discussions, study groups, and campus events. Start expanding your professional network through student organizations like the Classics Club for a chance to meet like-minded peers at meetings and conferences. Truman has many resources to ensure your success, including a Language Learning Center where you have access to some of the most advanced language learning aids.
Intellectual Pursuits That Make a Difference
A background in classics is especially beneficial if you’re interested in advanced study in politics, religion, English and comparative literature. It also lays a strong foundation for law, medicine, seminary and professional degrees.
Classical Studies Minor Committee
For more information, please contact the chair or a committee member:
- Chair: Clifton Kreps (Classical & Modern Languages)
- James Cianciola (Communication)
- Amy Norgard (Classical & Modern Languages)
- Sara Orel (Art)
- Alex Tetlak (Classical & Modern Languages)
- Bridget Thomas (Classical & Modern Languages)
February 21, 2019
United Speakers picked to be part of the Student Giving Campaign at Truman (February 25-March 1st) ! United Speakers is an on-campus organization at Truman State University (TSU) that provides free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to the Adair County Community. We teach five classes per week at three different locations. The students […]
February 21, 2019
Upcoming event: Dr. Hélène Blondeau’s presentation “French Language Variation in North America: A corpus-based approach” on March 1, BH Little Theater at 5.30 pm: French Language Variation in North America: A corpus-based approach This comparative sociolinguistic study examines two North American varieties of French differently affected by contact with the English language. The analysis is […]