Listed below are the requirements for the Classics Major – Classical Latin Language and Literature Concentration. In addition to the requirements for the major, students must also satisfy all of the university general education requirements and the College of Letters & Science breadth and other degree requirements. Degree requirements will vary depending on when you took your first college class. You are strongly advised to consult your advisor to ensure you stay on track towards a degree. Read more about the degree requirements on the L&S Degree Requirements web pages.

Classics 4-Year Schedule

Classical Latin Language and Literature Major Concentration

The Classical Latin Language and Literature concentration requires the completion of 33 credits, including the following. A total of 15 credits of all courses in the major must be at the 300 level or above taken in residence at UWM.

Students must complete the L&S research requirement in the context of a Classic, Greek, or Latin course of their choosing at the 300 level or above, under the supervision of the instructor of that course. The student should inform the instructor of their intention to use the course for the L&S research requirement at the start of the course.

LATIN 103First Semester Latin4
LATIN 104Second Semester Latin4
LATIN 205Third Semester Latin (or equivalent)4
CLASSIC 202Introduction to Roman Life and Literature3
Select four additional courses in Latin courses at the 300 level or above12
Select six additional credits chosen from Latin, Greek, and/or Classic courses6
Total Credits33