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Department News

Lorenzo, former classics professor, to return for archaeology lecture Oct. 6

MC's Capron Professor of Classics receives ACL's prestigious Meritus Award

Vanderpool receives armful of awards at MC's honors convocation

Morris named Eta Sigma Phi president, Sienkewicz honored, MC to host in 2016

Lorenzo to discuss past, present, future of MC's Native American artifacts

Nearly 150 students took MC trips to Italy, Moldova, Mexico and southern U.S.

Martinez, de Brestian to speak about research in Spain's Najerilla Valley

'Fictional classicist' Hellenga, emeritus professor of English, to speak

Lecture will discuss highway sponsored archaeology in western Illinois

Two public events -- an archaeology lecture and Great Decisions -- in CSB on Jan. 29

Classics Major (8 courses in Classics, Latin, or Greek):

Required courses:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

CLAS 201 Classics Seminar

At least .5 course in Latin or Greek at the 102 level or higher.

Highly recommended courses:

CLAS 211 History of Greece

CLAS 212 History of Rome

CLAS 230G Classical Mythology

Greek Major (8 courses, 6 of which must be in Greek):

Required courses:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

CLAS 201 Classics Seminar

Highly recommended courses:

CLAS 211 History of Greece

CLAS 230G Classical Mythology

Latin Major (8 courses, 6 of which must be in Latin):

Required courses:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

CLAS 201 Classics Seminar

Highly recommended courses:

CLAS 212 History of Rome

CLAS 230G Classical Mythology

Classics Minor (4 courses in Classics, Latin, or Greek):

Required course:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

Greek Minor (4 courses, 3.5 of which must be in Greek):

Required course:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

Latin Minor (4 courses, 3.5 of which must be in Latin):

Required course:

CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies

Teacher Certification:

Students can prepare to teach classics at the secondary level by completing the Classics Major requirements noted above and other requirements cited on pages 58–65.

Sean McNamara

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Sean McNamara
Major: Accounting

Family tradition of attending Monmouth College continues