Classical Studies


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Option 1 (6 courses): Six lecture courses, at least three of which must be from the Core list.
Option 2 (6 courses): Two semesters of either Classical Greek or Latin, and four lecture courses, at least two of which must be from the Core list.
Option 3 (6 courses): Two semesters of Classical Greek, two semesters of Latin, and two courses from the Core list.

Lecture Courses

A. Core Courses
  - ARH 4100 -- Pre-Classical and Classical Art
  - CLT 2101 -- Classical Greek Literature
  - CLT 2102 - Classical Roman Literature
  - ENL 3425 - Greek and Roman Classics
  - EUH 4403 -- History of Greek Civilization
  - EUH 4411 -- History of Roman Civilization
  - FOL 4933 -- Classical Mythology
  - PHH 3100 -- Ancient Philosophy
  - PHH 3150 -- Greek and Roman Philosophy

B. Elective Courses

  -ARH 4930 -- Topics in Art History (to be approved by the director according to the subject)
  -LIT 4930 -- Metamorphoses
  -PHH 4170 -- Philosophical Perspectives on Women in Antiquity
  -SPC 3233 -- Classical Rhetoric

C. Reception Courses

  -ENL 4210 -- Medieval Literature
  -FRW 4930 -- Images of Women in Medieval French Literature
  -HIS 3432 -- History of Christianity to 1500
  -ITT 4440 -- Dante, Commedia
  -PHH 3280 -- Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy

Language Courses

  -GRE 1120 -- Classical Greek I
  -GRE 1121-- Classical Greek II
  -LAT 1120 -- Latin I
  -LAT 1121 -- Latin II

Alternatives, such as intermediate-level language courses or courses listed under the above designations but with different content, should be discussed with the program director, Dr. Brian E. McConnell (office tel. 561-297-3646; e-mail:  mcconnel@fau.edu). Language courses can be used to satisfy the University Foreign Language Graduation Requirement.

For help designing your program please contact any member of the Classical Studies Committee.

 Last Modified 8/21/14