OFFICE OF EXTENDED STUDIES (Summer Session, Winter Session, Freshmen Connection, Freshmen First, Pre-College Programs, and Graduate, Post-Baccalaureate, and Continuing Education Programs)
Appendix D: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK POLICY AND PROCEDURES ON THE DISCLOSURE OF STUDENT EDUCATION RECORDS III-6.30(A)
Appendix I: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND POLICY ON THE CONDUCT OF UNDERGRADUATE COURSES AND STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE V-1.00(A)
Appendix J: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND PROCEDURES FOR REVIEW OF ALLEGED ARBITRARY AND CAPRICIOUS GRADING--UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS III-1.20(B)
Appendix M: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND POLICY ON THE COLLECTION, USE AND PROTECTION OF ID NUMBERS VI-26.00(A)
Appendix U: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND GRADING SYMBOLS AND NOTATIONS USED ON ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPTS III.6.20(A)
Greek Language and Culture
Department of Classics
The minor requires 9 to15 credits in ancient OR modern Greek language courses, i.e., courses with the GREK prefix; at least one language course must be at the 300 or 400 level. All the language courses counted toward the minor must be in either ancient OR modern Greek, not a combination.
The minor also requires 3 to 6 credits in courses taught in English; these may focus on either ancient or modern Greek literature, history, and culture.
As required for all minors, at least 9 credits overall must be in courses at the 300 or 400 level. The grade point average in the minor must be at least 2.0 and no grade below "C-" can be counted toward the minor. A maximum of 6 credits may be counted toward both the minor and the student's major. A maximum of 6 credits earned at other institutions may be counted toward the minor.
To make an appointment to explore or declare a minor, contact the department chair, Dr. Lillian Doherty ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). She will put you in touch with the undergraduate director in Classics.