Minor: Greek (Ancient) Language and Literature

 

Students wishing to pursue a minor in Classical Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the Department's designated advisor . Appointments may be scheduled at 2160 Angell Hall.

Greek (Ancient) Language and Literature Minor

Effective Winter 2015

The  minor in Greek (Ancient) Language and Literature  is not open to students with a major in  Greek (Ancient) Language and Literature or Classical Languages or any other minor in the Department of Classical Studies.

This minor is designed to provide a basic, but contextual and broad, familiarity with Greek language and literature and the civilization of ancient Greece. More specifically, it requires students to study, at the intermediate and advanced level, Greek and authors writing poetry and/or prose, but at the same time it acquaints the student with the broader historical, social, and cultural content in which these authors lived and worked.

Prerequisite to the Minor: GREEK 301, or equivalent as determined by departmental placement examination.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits of courses, to be chosen from the following three categories as stated:

  1. Greek Language and Literature courses: at least two upper-level courses, above GREEK 301.
  2. Greek Civilization courses: at least one broad introductory course (CLCIV 101, CLARCH 221, or HISTORY 200).
  3. Upper-Level courses: at least one upper-level (300- or 400-level) course in Greek civilization, archaeology, or history.

Language, Literature, and Culture of Ancient Greece Minor (Fall 2012-Fall 2014) +

Language, Literature, and Culture of Ancient Greece

(Fall 2012-Fall 2014)

The Academic minor in  the Language, Literature, and Culture of Ancient Greece is not open to students with a major in Ancient Greek or Classical Languages or any other minor in the Department of Classical Studies.

This minor is designed to provide a basic, but contextual and broad, familiarity with Greek language and literature and the civilization of ancient Greece. More specifically, it requires students to study, at the intermediate and advanced level, Greek and authors writing poetry and/or prose, but at the same time it acquaints the student with the broader historical, social, and cultural content in which these authors lived and worked.

Prerequisite to the Minor: GREEK 301, or equivalent as determined by departmental placement examination.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits of courses, to be chosen from the following three categories as stated:

  1. Greek Language and Literature courses: at least two upper-level courses, above GREEK 301.
  2. Greek Civilization courses: at least one broad introductory course (CLCIV 101, CLARCH 221, or HISTORY 200).
  3. Upper-Level courses: at least one upper-level (300- or 400-level) course in Greek civilization, archaeology, or history.

Language, Literature, and Culture of Ancient Greece Minor (through Summer 2012) +

Language, Literature, and Culture of Ancient Greece

Effective through Summer 2012

This academic minor is designed to provide a basic, but contextual and broad, familiarity with Greek language and literature and the civilization of ancient Greece. More specifically, it requires students to study, at the intermediate and advanced level, Greek and authors writing poetry and/or prose, but at the same time it acquaints the student with the broader historical, social, and cultural content in which these authors lived and worked.

Prerequisite to the Academic Minor: GREEK 301, or equivalent as determined by departmental placement examination.

Academic Minor Program: At least 16 credits of courses, to be chosen from the following three categories as stated:

  1. Greek Language and Literature courses: at least two upper-level courses, above GREEK 301.
  2. Greek Civilization courses: at least one broad introductory course (CLCIV 101, CLARCH 221, or HISTORY 200).
  3. Upper-Level courses: at least one upper-level (300- or 400-level) course in Greek civilization, archaeology, or history.


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