Classical Archaeology – Honors Concentration
The Honors Classical Archaeology Concentration consists of 30 hours. The required core of the major is CLAS 232 *, which the student must pass with a B+ or higher. 9 hours may be from any Classics course numbered 200 or above (excluding CLAS 273 ). In strict consultation with a departmental advisor, the student pursuing Honors in Classical Archaeology will select an additional 15 hours from ANTH 361 , ANTH 362 , ANTH 435 , ANTH 463 , ANTH 464 ; CLAS 299 *, CLAS 302 , CLAS 304 , CLAS 305 , CLAS 306 , CLAS 309 , CLAS 436 , CLAS 439 , CLAS 442 , CLAS 443 , CLAS 444 , CLAS 445 , CLAS 446 , CLAS 461 , CLAS 462 , CLAS 465 ; HIME 382 , HIME 400 , HIME 486 to design a program that will advance his or her understanding of a particular specialty within the field of Classical Archaeology. The student must satisfy the College’s foreign language requirement with Greek, Latin, French or German. To graduate with Honors, the student must maintain a minimum B+ average in Classics department courses and a minimum cumulative B+ average at UT. In total, the student must take a minimum of 15 hours of Honors courses, not all of which need to be in the major subject area. These 15 hours include 3 thesis hours (CLAS 498 ). The student will present an Honors thesis (CLAS 498 ) which must receive a grade of B+ or higher to permit graduation with Honors.
* Meets University General Education Requirement .