BA in Classical Studies: Greek Emphasis (37–45 hours*)
Emphasizes Greek language and literature, with some work in Greek civilization.
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- Complete one course from the following:
CL CV 110 : Introduction to Greek and Roman Literature.CL CV 201 : The Classical Tradition 1: Antiquity to the Renaissance.CL CV 241 : Greek and Roman Mythology.
- Complete the following:
CL CV 245 : Golden Age of Greece.CL CV 304 : (Cl Cv-Hist 247) Greek History.GREEK 101 : First-Year Greek (First Semester).GREEK 102 : First-Year Greek (Second Semester).GREEK 201 : Intermediate Greek.GREEK 301 : Classical Greek Poetry: Homer's, Iliad.GREEK 302 : Classical Greek Prose.GREEK 401 : Greek Prose Composition.Note 1: Greek 101, 102 may be waived with equivalent language experience. Note 2: The Greek 302 course is the prerequisite for all 400-level Greek prose courses and the Greek 301 course is the prerequisite for all 400-level Greek poetry courses. Concurrent enrollment will be permitted only in rare and special cases and must have the approval both of the classics section head and of the instructor of the 400-level course concerned.
- Complete 15 hours from the following:
CLSCS 420 : Ancient Literary Criticism.CLSCS 430R : (Clscs-Hist) Topics in Greek and Roman History.CLSCS 490R : Seminar in Classics.GREEK 411R : Greek New Testament and Early Christian Greek Texts.GREEK 430 : Herodotus.GREEK 431 : Homer's Odyssey.GREEK 433 : Thucydides.GREEK 434 : Sophocles and Euripides.GREEK 435 : Greek Lyric Poetry.GREEK 436 : Plato.GREEK 437 : Attic Orators.GREEK 490R : Topics in Greek Literature.Note: Greek 411R may be taken only once.
*Hours include courses that may fulfill university core requirements.
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