Classical Studies

Degrees and Certificates

Classes

CLA 1250 : Enemies of Rome

Examination of the growth of the Roman Empire throughtout the Mediterranean world, with an emphasis on issues of imperialism and cultural identity.

Credits

3

CLA 1975 : Literature and Classics

Survey of ancient and modern classical literature, varying in topic and theme, guiding students in written and oral analysis of themes in texts of the varying genres of epic, tragedy, comedy, novel, short story, film, et al., fulfilling core literature requirement.

Credits

3

CLA 2021 : Language of Science & Medicine

Language of Science and Medicine Greek and Latin prefixes, roots, and suffixes in modern vocabulary; vocabulary building, with emphasis on technical terminology in scientific and medical usage. Knowledge of the languages is not required.

Credits

3

CLA 2032 : Classical Mythology

The myths, legends and folklore of the Greeks and Romans as they developed in their life, thought and literature; their influence on the Renaissance and modern times.

Credits

3

CLA 2051 : Cities of Ancient Greece

Classical archaeology and architecture of Greece. Selected sites in the Greek world with emphasis on their architectural, artistic and history significance.

Credits

3

CLA 2052 : Rome: The Ancient City

Classical archaeology and architecture of Italy. Selected sites in the Roman world with emphasis on their architectural, artistic and historical significance.

Credits

3

CLA 3001 : Independent Study

Reading of selected material in Latin or Greek or in classical literature in translation under the direction of a member of the staff.

Credits

3

CLA 3040 : Studies in the Classics

Selected themes of special interest. Topics vary according to interests of students and instructor: e.g. Women in the Classical World, Slavery in the Ancient World, Classical Rhetoric, etc.

Credits

3

CLA 7301 : Topics in Classical Studies

A course in English on classical culture. Themes vary and may focus on: Greek and Roman art, architecture and archaeology, Greek and Roman social history, the classical tradition, etc.

Credits

3