There are two tracks within the Classical Studies Major: Classical Language and Classical Cultures. The former emphasizes study of the ancient world through Latin and Greek while the latter foregrounds the interdisciplinarity of Classical Studies, drawing on the study of ancient literature, art, performance, science, and more. 

The tracks are designed to help you decide what you want to focus on in your studies - but not to cut you off from courses that might interest you! Students in the Cultures track will have the opportunity to take ancient language courses, while students in the Language track will have the opportunity - and indeed the responsibility - to take non-language courses.

An important note: if you think you may be interested in pursuing graduate study in Classical Studies or Ancient History: these programs usually require at least three years of Greek and Latin. Talk to your advisor as soon as possible if graduate school in these fields might be of interest to you.