Earning a Minor in Ancient World Cultures at Lindenwood University
Lindenwood University offers a minor in ancient world cultures, which requires 19 credit hours of coursework. A minor is simply a secondary academic subject to add to your knowledge, whether it is of professional or personal interest. Topics you will study include archaeology, history of Western art to 1300, plus the chance to study ancient art, classical myth, Greek literature, and more.
The interdisciplinary minor in ancient world cultures is designed to make the study of such cultures available to students in a programmatic way, but without the requirement of learning Latin and Greek. Students can learn about the history, literature, art, and culture of antiquity. This minor is a good complement in particular to majors in anthropology, art history, English, history, and philosophy, but is available to all students regardless of major. Combining a minor with a major of your choice could make you more marketable to potential employers upon graduation.
See the full list of course requirements for a minor in ancient world cultures.