College of Arts and Letters
The Hellenic Studies minor emphasizes coursework and independent study in the areas of Greek language, Greek History, Greek politics, and Greek arts and literature. The Hellenic Studies curriculum includes lower and upper division classes offered by the departments of Foreign Languages, History, Humanities and Religious Studies, Philosophy, Government, and Art. The minor is associated with the Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection www.library.csus.edu/tsakopoulos in the Sacramento State Library.
Katerina Lagos, Program Director
Tahoe Hall 3089
Total units required in the minor: 23 with at least 12 in upper division.
|Specific Course Requirements (17 Units)|
|GREK 6A||Elementary Modern Greek||4|
|GREK 6B||Elementary Modern Greek||4|
|HIST 109||History of Modern Greece||3|
|or HIST 103||Mediterranean Europe: From the Renaissance to the European Union|
|HIST 111||Ancient Greece||3|
|HRS 113||The Culture of Classical Greece||3|
|Electives (6 Units)|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Art in the Western World: From Stone Age to End of Middle Ages|
|Political Thought I|
|The Modern Middle East|
|Reason and Revelation: The Origins of Western Culture |
|History of Philosophy|
|History Of Ethics |
|Space and Time|
|History of the Theatre: Ancient to Renaissance|
Note: Students are required to seek advising from a Hellenic Studies advisor.