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  • Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General.
    A general program that focuses on the literary culture of the ancient Graeco-Roman world and the Greek and Latin languages and literatures and their development prior to the fall of the Roman Empire. (Moved from 16.1201)
  • Classics and Classical Languages and Literatures.
    (Moved, Report under 16.1200)
  • Ancient/Classical Greek Language and Literature.
    A program that focuses on the Greek language and literature from its origins through the fall of the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire, as a secular and/or theological subject. Includes instruction in Greek philology, Attic dialects, Hellenistic dialects, Koine (Biblical) Greek, and Medieval or Byzantine Greek.
  • Latin Language and Literature.
    A program that focuses on the Latin language and literature from its origins through its decline and its current ecclesiastical usage, as a secular and/or theological subject. Includes instruction in Latin philology, related Italic dialects, Late Roman and Medieval Latin, and modern Church Latin.
  • Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other.
    Any instructional program in classics and classical languages, literatures, and linguistics not listed above, including non-Latin Italic languages of the ancient period such as Etruscan, Samnian, Oscan, and others.
  • Celtic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.
    (NEW) Instructional content is defined in code 16.1301.
  • Celtic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.
    (NEW) A program that focuses on the historical and modern languages spoken by the Celtic peoples of the British Isles, Continental Europe, and Asia Minor. Includes instruction in Celtic philology; modern languages such as Irish, Scots Gaelic, Welsh, and Breton; and extinct or revived languages such as Cornish, Manx, Galatian, and others.
  • Southeast Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General.
    (NEW) A program that generally focuses on one or more of the modern o r historical languages spoken or originating in mainland Southeast Asia and the Indonesian and Philippines Archipelagoes, including members of the Thai, Tibeto-Burman, and Malayo-Polynesian language families. Programs may involve multiple languages and language families, not be specific as to the name of the language(s) studied, or be otherwise undifferentiated.
  • Australian/Oceanic/Pacific Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.
    (NEW) A program that focuses on the languages spoken by the Melanesian, Micronesian, and Polynesian peoples inhabiting Papua/New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, and the island groups of the Pacific Ocean. Includes instruction in such languages as the Papuan languages (Pidgin, Police Motu, and others); the Australian languages; Micronesian languages (Nauruan, Fijian, Mola, and others); and the Polynesian languages (Maori, Tahitian, Tongan, Samoan, and others); their oral and written literature; and applications to business, science/technology, and other settings.
  • Bahasa Indonesian/Bahasa Malay Languages and Literatures.
    (NEW) A program that focuses on the modern Bahasa Malay and Bahasa Indonesian languages spoken in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. Includes instruction in Malay and Indonesian philology, Bahasa Indonesian, Bahasa Malay, historical Malay and Javanese, Bahasa dialects, and applications to business, science/technology, and other settings.