A few seats remain in Elem. Greek for fall. GREK 1010-03 2865, hybrid, MWF 9:05. Learn the basics of ancient Greek and be ready to read the New Testament, Plato, or Homer next year. Seats also open in Elem. Latin, also hybrid MWF. LATN 1010-01 2870, 8 AM, LATN 1010-05 2873, 10 AM. English, all Sciences, History, Pol.Sci, Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Education, all majors benefit from knowing Latin or Greek.
To have access to the Foy Center over the summer you MUST: be enrolled in summer classes and have paid your summer tuition. If you are not enrolled you MUST: pay a $70 access fee for the summer ( $35/summer semester). Spring access ends Friday, May 8th.
Why study the ancient Greeks? How about this: founders of democracy, well-spring of philosophy, foundations of literature and art, theater, mathematics, geometry, biology, engineering, you name it and the Greeks were into it. Come find out what the amazing Greeks were all about. CLAS 3610-17 2864 MW 2:30-3:55. No class on Friday! All readings in English. 3hrs upper div elective credit.
Why is the Iliad so important? Who really founded democracy? Did Freud know anything about Oedipus? How did they build those temples? What's up with Plato? If ancient civilizations fascinate you, take Greek Civ CLAS 3610-17 2864 MW 2:30-3:55 in fall; fulfill 3 upper-div elective credits. Find out what Psycho can teach us about Gk tragedy! All readings in English.
Greek and Latin languages are now taught on a hybrid MWF schedule. No problem w/T/R science classes. No grade for speaking! It's all in your mind! GREK 1010-03 2865 9:05; LATN 1010-01 2870 8:00, LATN 1010-05 2873 all MWF. Really learn English grammar, boost vocab, make science/med vocab easier, all while having fun learning about life and languages from 2,000 years ago. All majors welcome.
Discover the “other” London through exciting field trips to ethnic neighborhoods & take a walking food tour for a taste of Indian, Caribbean, Middle Eastern & other immigrant cuisines. Register now for the CCSA course on immigrant London in Black British Literature this winter 2015-16 and earn credits for English courses at APSU. Email Prof. Neeta Bhasin at email@example.com for more info.
All students need 39 hours of upper div elective credit. Do something fun, go for Classics! All readings are in English. Greek Civilization CLAS 3610 17 2864, origins of democracy. Helpful for English, Ed, history/PolSci majors. A must for Ed majors, Greek Mythology CLAS 3310 W1 3078 on-line, and Greek Religion CLAS 3410 10 3079. Increase your vocab with Etymology (1 hr course) LING 3010 14 2881.
Seats open in both sections of elementary Latin. Latin increases vocab, helps with English grammar, makes learning other languages easier, sharpens your mind. No grade for speaking, 3 day schedule. GREAT for English, history, ed., all sciences especially pre-med, poli sci, all benefit from studying Latin. You'll use it every day. LATN 1010 01 2870, 8 AM MWF OR LATN 1010 05 2873, 10 AM MWF.
English, ed., biology, history, philosophy, art, physics, pre-med, archaeology, political science, no matter where you are, the Greeks were there first! Hey, you're in college, do something different, take Greek. No grade for speaking, small class! 3 day hybrid schedule. If you love the New Testament come join us in elementary Greek! No substitute for the original. GREK 1010 03 2865 MWF @ 9.
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