Classical Humanities Minor

Greek Civilization Track
The Greek Civilization Track consists of a minimum of 12 credit hours.


REQUIRED COURSES (2 courses, 6 credit hours):

Clas 1101  Introduction to Classical Literature (3)
Clas 2201 Classical Civilization: Greece (3) or 2201H Honors Classical Civilization: Greece (3)

REQUIRED COURSEWORK (9 credit hours) from general ancient civilization courses below.

(*See Note Below) At least 2 courses (6 credit hours) must be at or above the 3000 level from the following courses:

Classics 2010  Classical Background of Scientific Terminology (3)
Classics 2201  Classical Civilization: Greece (3)
Classics 2201H  Honors Classical Civilization: Greece (3)
Classics 2202   Classical Civilization: Rome (3)
Classics 2202H  Honors Classical Civilization: Rome (3)
Classics 2203  Byzantine Civilization: Constantinople and the Empire of New Rome (3)
Classics 2204  Medicine in the Ancient World (3)
Classics 2205  Sports and Spectacles in the Ancient World (3)
Classics 2220  Classical Mythology (3)
Classics 2220H Honors Classical Mythology (3)
Classics 2301  Classical Archaeology (3)
Classics 2890H  Honors Seminar: Topics in Ancient Literature and Society (3)
Classics 3000  From Rome to Europe and Beyond (3)
Classics 3100  Topics in Ancient Literature and Culture (3)
Classics 3101  Greek and Roman Epic (3)
Classics 3102  Greek and Roman Drama (3)
Classics 3103  Comic Spirit in Antiquity (3)
Classics 3104  The Ancient Novel (3)
Classics 3201.01  Experiencing the Ancient Mediterranean City: Rome (3)
Classics 3201.02  Experiencing the Ancient Mediterranean City: Alexandria (3)
Classics 3203  War in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature (3)
Classics 3401  Ancient Greek Religion (3)
Classics 3402  Ancient Gods Changing Identities (3)
Classics 3403  The Hero in Classical Mythology (3)
Classics 3404  Magic in the Ancient World (3)
Classics 3405  Christians in the Greco-Roman World (3)
Classics 4031  Sacred Texts of the Ancient World (3)
Classics 4101  Classical Receptions (3)
Classics 4201  Political Thought and Institutions in the Greco-Roman World (3)
Classics 4202  Nationalism Revisited (3)
Classics 4203  Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity (3)
Classics 4204  Greek and Roman Science and Technology (3)
Classics 4998  Research (1-3)
Classics 4998H Honors Research (1-3)
Classics 5051  Latin and Romance Languages (3)
Classics 5101  Classical Literature: Theoretical Perspectives (3)
Classics 5301  Roman Law (3)
Classics 5302  Studies in Greek or Roman Topography (3)
Classics 5401  Methodologies for the Study of Ancient Religions (3)
Classics 5798.01  Study Tour: Domestic (3-9)
Classics 5798.02  Study Tour: Foreign (3-9)

Alternatively, a student may take up to 2 courses (6 credit hours) of Greek or Latin at the 2000 level or above. 

Greek 2101  Attic Prose (3)
Greek 2102  Homer (3)
Greek 2103  The Greek Historians (3)
Greek 2104  Sophocles (3)
Greek 2110  The Greek New Testament (3)
Greek 5011  Greek Epic (3)
Greek 5012  Greek Hymn, Lyric, and Elegy (3)
Greek 5013  Greek Historians (3)
Greek 5014  Greek Drama (3)
Greek 5015  Attic Oratory (3)
Greek 5016  Readings in Greek Philosophy (3)
Greek 5017  Later Greek Prose (3)
Greek 5030  Special Topics in Greek Literature (3)

Latin 2101  Cicero (3)
Latin 2102  Vergil (3)
Latin 2103  Roman Historians (3)
Latin 2104  Ovid (3)
Latin 2105  Latin Lyric (3)
Latin 2106  Roman Comedy (3)
Latin 5011  Readings in Latin Epic (3)
Latin 5012  Readings in Roman Lyric and Erotic Poetry (3)
Latin 5013  Readings in Roman Historians (3)
Latin 5014  Readings in Roman Comedy (3)
Latin 5015  Readings in Roman Oratory and Rhetorical Theory (3)
Latin 5016  Readings in Roman Philosophy (3)
Latin 5017  Readings in Roman Satire and Novel (3)
Latin 5018  Readings in Post Classical Latin (3)
Latin 5030  Special Topics in Latin Literature (3)

*Note: Required coursework revised as of Spring 2016.  Students who declared prior to Spring 2015 should see the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Department's Academic Counselor.
 

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