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Undergraduate Courses


    300-Level Courses

    CLSCS 397 : Pro-Seminar in Classical Studies. (2:2:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    CLSCS 397 : Pro-Seminar in Classical Studies. (2:2:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    WHEN TAUGHT:Fall
    PREREQUISITE: LATIN 201; or GREEK 201
    RECOMMENDED: Latin 302 or Greek 301.
    DESCRIPTION: Mechanics of researching and writing analytical papers in classical studies.  Sectional and adjunct professors present seminal sub-disciplines and model research methods.  Specialized library resources taught in practicum.  Tutorials with faculty underpin focused research questions.

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    400-Level Courses

    CLSCS 420 : Ancient Literary Criticism. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    CLSCS 420 : Ancient Literary Criticism. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    PREREQUISITE: GREEK 302; or LATIN 302
    DESCRIPTION: Survey emphasizing both chief works of the tradition and their practical application to reading of Greek and Latin authors.

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    CLSCS 430R : (Clscs-Hist) Topics in Greek and Roman History. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    CLSCS 430R : (Clscs-Hist) Topics in Greek and Roman History. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    WHEN TAUGHT:Fall; Winter
    PREREQUISITE: Cl Cv 304-Hist 247 and Greek 201 (Greek topics) or Cl Cv 307-Hist 248 and Latin 201 (Roman topics).
    DESCRIPTION: Topics vary (e.g., rise of the Greek city-state, Greek political thought, classical historiography, Rome and the Etruscans, imperial Rome).

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    : Greek City-State.
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    : Classical Historiography.
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    : Hellenistic World.
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    : Rome and Etruscans.
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    : Rise of Rome.
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    : Roman Revolution.
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    : Imperial Rome.
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    : Roman Politics.
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    : Roman Religion.
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    : Augustan Rome.
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    : Archaic Greece.
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    : Athens: Rise and Fall.
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    : 4th Century Greece.
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    : Late Roman Empire.
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    : World of New Testament.
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    : Early Christianity.
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    : Julio-Claudians.
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    CLSCS 490R : Seminar in Classics. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    CLSCS 490R : Seminar in Classics. (3:3:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    DESCRIPTION: Combined topics in Greek and Latin (e.g., comparative epic poetry, classical tradition of criticism, Euripides and Seneca). Topics vary.

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    CLSCS 497 : Exit Examination in Classical Literature. (1:1:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    CLSCS 497 : Exit Examination in Classical Literature. (1:1:0)(Credit Hours:Lecture Hours:Lab Hours)
    WHEN TAUGHT:Winter
    PREREQUISITE: CLSCS 397; at least one course in Latin or Greek at 400-level.
    RECOMMENDED: Coursework above 400-level in Latin and/or Greek.
    DESCRIPTION: Capstone essay culminates undergraduate experience in posing, researching, and writing in consultation with an advisor.  Oral exam tests familiarity with a standardized reading list of classical texts.  Attendance at weekly lectures expands familiarity with broad questions in classical scholarship.

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