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Hellenic Studies Minor

College of Arts and Sciences
Department of History
305 Bowman Hall
Tel: 330-672-2882
S. Victor Papacosma, Coordinator, 321 Bowman Hall

The Hellenic Studies focuses on the study of Greek culture, ancient, Medieval and modern, including Greek immigrant communities abroad.

Course Title Credits
History of Greece
HIST 31009 History of Byzantine Civilization 3
31050 History and Society of Modern Greece 3
41003 History of Ancient Greece 3
Classical Hellenism: choose one of the following groups
CLAS 41503 Greek Literature in Translation (3)  
41301 Classical Mythology (3)  
41401 Greek Archaeology and Art (3)  
ARTH 42031 Greek Art and Archaeology (3)  
HIST 41004 Hellenic Contributions to Western Civilization (3)  
PHIL 31001 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3)  
Modern Hellenism: choose from the following 3-6
AS 30095 Studies in the Eastern Christian World (3)  
HIST 41049 History of the Balkans 18th Century-1914 (3)  
41050 History of the Balkans: 1914-Present (3)  
41079 Migrations to America, 1607 to Present (3)  
Individual Investigation: choose from the following*
Byzantine Empire (3)  
Greek Immigrants in America (3)  
Modern Greece (3)  
Language Cognate: Ancient or Modern Greek(or equivalent in proficiency)
May be taken through either,or a combination of, GRE 14201, 14202, 24201, 34370, or GRE 14205, 14206, 24208, 24209.

*Appropriate specialized offerings may be substituted as available and with prior approval of the coordinator of the Hellenic Studies program.

Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.

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