Classics Courses for Fall 2017
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The following courses are open for all students for Fall 2018.  Courses with the CLAS prefix are in English.  GREK and LATN prefixes are courses in Greek and Latin language.  No prior knowledge of any language is required or expected for CLAS courses, or for 1010 language courses. Note that our elementary language courses are now taught on a 3 day per week schedule, so they will not interfere with your science labs or other T/R courses.

There is a severe shortage nationwide of high school Latin teachers, so if you want a job when you graduate, please consider teaching Latin. If you are in Elementary Education, you will have to teach ancient civilizations and (especially in sixth grade) Greek and Roman mythology.  We offer mythology, CLAS 3310, as an on-line course every semester including during the summer.  Learn it now when you can get credit for it and have some fun!

Classics students consistently achieve the highest scores on the LSAT, and Classics is also extremely helpful for medical school.  All science majors will benefit from both Greek and Latin.

Our majors go on to graduate school, they teach, they go on archaeological digs in the Mediterranean, they have fun!  Small classes, lots of attention.  Come on, JOIN US! 

 

Classics Courses for Fall 2018

NB:  No language experience or study is required for the CLAS prefix classes.

CLAS 2110-W1 3102 Medical and Scientific Terms  — Mrs. Mary Winters

This online course will train you to recognize the common roots of terms used in scientific disciplines and in the medical field.  Excellent for all sciences, nursing, and pre-pharmacy/pre-med. 

CLAS 3310-W1 3101  Greek Mythology —  Mrs. Mary Winters 

Learn the myths of ancient Greece and Rome! Find out how scholars interpret those myths and how the myths functioned in ancient society.  

CLAS 4900-06 3432  The Roman City  9:35-11:00 TR -- Dr. Esen Ogus 

An introduction to how Romans theorized, constructed, and maneuvered in their cities.

 

Greek Courses for Fall 2018

GREK 1010-07 3030 Elementary Greek Hybrid  11:15-12:10 MWF   Dr. Tim Winters

An introduction to the ancient Greek language.  This course prepares students to read original texts such as Homer, the New Testament, Sophocles, and Sappho.

GREK 2010-03 3026    Intermediate Greek  9:05-10:00 MWF  Dr. Esen Ogus

Students in Intermediate Greek will be reading selections from Homer's Iliad.

GREK 3620-11 3667  Greek Philosophers 1:25-2:20 MWF Dr. Steve Kershner

Readings from Greek philosophers, including, but not limited to the Pre-Socratics, Plato, Aristotle, et.al. Discussion will include the history of Greek philosophical writing.

Latin Courses for Fall 2018

LATN 1010-03 3095  Elementary Latin Hybrid  9:05-10:00 MWF  Mrs. Mary Winters

LATN 1010-11 3104 Elementary Latin  Hybrid 1:25-2:20 MWF Mrs. Mary Winters

Latin is still the best gateway for the study of law, medicine, and indeed all sciences. It is useful for history majors, education majors, and English majors, and is of course necessary for Classics majors who plan to teach, go on in graduate school, or study archaeology.

LATN 2010-01 3014  Intermediate Latin  11:15-12:10 MWF Mrs. Mary Winters

Students in Intermediate Latin will be reading selections from Caesar's Gallic Wars.

LATN 4300-14 3433 Roman Novel 4:40-7:40 T  Dr. Steve Kershner

Selected readings from Petronius and/or Apuleius. Discussion includes the ancient novel tradition, including Greek predecessors.

LATN 5310-16 3435 Survey of Latin Literature (Graduate Level) 4:40-7:40 T -- Dr. Steve Kershner

Selected readings from Petronius and/or Apuleius. Discussion includes the ancient novel tradition, including Greek predecessors.

Ancillary Courses for Fall 2017

HIST 4052-06 1822 Ancient Rome  9:35-11:00 TR  Dr. George Pesely

HIST 4071-03 1813 The Early Middle Ages 9:05-10:00 MWF -- Dr. Cameron Sutt

LING 4040-04 2692  How Language Works  8:00-9:25 TR  Dr. Lynn Sims