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OUR CLASSICS
CONCENTRATION 

 “A cultivated intellect, because it is good in itself, brings with it a power and a grace to every work and occupation which it undertakes.”

(St. John Henry Newman)

Classical education seeks to form the whole person, to dive deep into the best of what humanity has offered us throughout the ages. Our Classics program is for the students who are interested in what it means to be human. From Latin, philosophy, and history to biology, mathematics, and fine arts, our students will have gained a well-rounded view of the world in which they live. An expansion of our liberal arts core, this concentration develops free persons passionate about seeking truth. This empowers them to have great influence in any field they decide to pursue.

Course Sequence

August Program:

ENED101

PCE

Outdoor Leadership Adventure

Pre-College English Intensive

Semester 1:

HUM101

TRIV101

THEO101

PHIL101

LATIN101

SCI101

Greco-Roman Roots of Western Civilization 

Grammar

The Word of God

Introduction to Philosophy

Latin: Elementary I

Biology I

Semester 2:

HUM102

TRIV102

THEO102

MATH101

LATIN102

SCI201

Middle Ages to Enlightenment

Logic

Theology of Christ and the Sacraments

Euclidean Geometry

Latin: Elementary II

Biology II

Summer Internship

Semester 3:

HIST101

ART/MUS201

THEO201

PHIL102

LATIN201

MATH201

World History and Geography

Art or Music Appreciation

The Life of Grace

Philosophy of Nature and Man

Latin: Intermediate I

Euclidean Geometry II

Semester 4:

HUM202

THEO202

PHIL201

TRIV201

SCI102

ENG260

Belizean Studies

Theology of the Body

Ethics

Rhetoric

Astronomy

Modern Literature

Total Credits:

73

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