The following courses will be offered during the summer session for 2013:
Greek Mythology-This is taught with all materials in English, and it is on line. Instructor will be either Dr. Tim Winters or Mrs. Mary Winters.
If we go to Greece, the following courses will be taught there:
GREK 1110 Intro to Modern Greek
CLAS 3300 Greek Art and Archaeology
Courses for Fall 2013:
LATN 1010-01 CRN 3221 8 AM M-F
LATN 1010-05 CRN 3222 10 AM M-F
LATN 2010-11 CRN 3223 1:25 MWF
LATN 3810-06 CRN 3651 9:35-11 T/R
GREK 1010-03 CRN 3075 9 AM M-F
GREK 2010-05 CRN 3076 10:10 MWF
GREK 3610-11 CRN 3077 1:25 MWF
Courses with the CLAS prefix are taught in English and all readings are in English:
CLAS 3310-W1 CRN 3220 Greek Mythology ON-LINE
Explore the world of Greek mythology.
CLAS 3610-13 CRN 3652 2:30 MWF
Discover the roots of democracy, western art, architecture, literature, and philosophy.
CLAS 4900-12 CRN 3653 The Roman City
Dr. Steve Kershner will explore the foundation and growth of Pompeii, its destruction in 79 AD, and the subsequent recovery of the city by archaeologists.
HIST 3300-08 CRN 2113 Greek History
HIST 3300-12 CRN 2114 Greek History