Classical Studies

Regular Offerings

CLA 111 The Ancient World (gateway course for major; Fall)
CLA 141 Greek Art and Archaeology (every other Fall)
CLA 142 Roman Art and Archaeology (every other Fall)
CLA 480 Senior Research Seminar (Fall)

For other courses in Classical Civilization, see Courses by Semester, which is updated before registration each Spring for the following year.

Cross-Posted Courses

DIG 120 Programming in the Humanities
LIT 432 Theory and Practice of Literary Translation (Spring)
PHI 105 Ancient Philosophy
POL 202 Ancient Political Theory
REL 242 The Rise of Christianity

Other cross-posted courses will also appear on Courses by Semester.

Ancient Greek & Latin

Regular Offerings (offered every year)

Fall

  • Greek 201
  • A Greek language course at the 200/300 level
  • Latin 101
  • Latin 201
  • A Latin language course at the 200/300 level

Spring

  • Greek 103 (an intensive introductory course that counts 2 course credits)
  • A Greek language course at the 200/300 level
  • Latin 102
  • A Latin language course at the 200/300 level

For the specific advanced Greek and Latin courses, see Courses by Semester.