This program is for the student whose interests are divided between the two fields and whose goals are not served by a major in either classics or religion. Before the junior year, the student considering this program should consult with a member of the Classics–Religion Interdisciplinary Committee. A petition for acceptance into the major should include a statement describing the student’s rationale for combining the two fields.

Requirements for the Major
1.     Greek 110, 210, 311, 312, Classics 371 (Greek History); or Latin 110, 210, 311, 312, Classics 373    (Roman History).
2.     Religion 152 or 153 or 155 or 157 or 159; 201; 301; one other upper-division religion course, and Religion 399 (junior seminar).
Classics–Religion 470 (thesis).

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