LIST OF COURSES OFFERED BY THE CLASSICS DEPARTMENT

 CLASSICS (CLA)
CLA 200 Myths from Around the World
CLA 210 The Greek and Latin Roots of English
CLA 219 Writing on Greek and Roman Mythology
CLA 220 Greek and Roman Mythology
CLA 221 Sports & Society in the Ancient World
CLA 222 Sexuality and Gender in the Ancient World
CLA 224 The Heroic Journey
CLA 225 Ancient Magic
CLA 226 Ancient Greek and Roman Art                                                               
CLA 231 Sciences in Ancient Greece and Rome 
CLA 232 Ancient Greek and Roman Law
CLA 233 Ancient Medicine
CLA 241 Greek Civilization
CLA 242 Roman Civilization
CLA 243 Ancient Politics 
CLA 246 Ancient Rhetorical Theory 
CLA 271 Ancient Philosophy
CLA 300 The Good Life
CLA 301 Ancient Greece
CLA 302 The Hellenistic Age
CLA 303 The Roman Republic                                                        
CLA 304 The Roman Empire
CLA 305 What is a Classic? 
CLA 310 Survey of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture
CLA 311 Survey of Classical Latin Literature and Culture                
CLA 315 The Classical Epic Tradition                                            
CLA 322 Monsters and Fantastic Creatures in Classical Antiquity & Other Cultures
CLA 323 The Ancient World on Screen 
CLA 324 Classical Myth and Contemporary Art
CLA 325 The Vampire in Folklore, Fiction, and Film
CLA 326 What Does it Mean to be Human? 
CLA 340 Greek Tragedy
CLA 341 Comedy in Ancient Athens and Rome
CLA 360 Women in Antiquity
CLA 370 Self and Other in the Ancient World
CLA 372 Greek Religion 
CLA 373 Religions of Rome 
CLA 401 Special Topics in Classics
CLA 402 Special Topics in Classics
CLA 403 Special Topics in Classics
CLA 404 Special Projects in Classics
CLA 405 Special Projects in Classics
CLA 406 Special Projects in Classics
CLA 491 Directed Readings
CLA 492 Directed Reading in Classics
CLA 493 Directed Reading in Classics
CLA 495 Senior Thesis I
CLA 496 Senior Thesis II
CLA 505 Seminar in Ancient Studies
CLA 605 Graduate Seminar in the Ancient Studies
CLA 691 Direct Readings in Classical Studies for Graduate Students
 
 
CLASSICS: GREEK (GRE)
 
GRE 101 Elementary Ancient Greek I
GRE 102 Elementary Ancient Greek II
GRE 103 Intensive Greek for the New Testament
GRE 201 Intermediate Ancient Greek
GRE 202 Intermediate Ancient Greek II
GRE 300 Sophocles
GRE 311 Plato
GRE 321 Euripides
GRE 401 Special Topics in Greek Literature
GRE 402 Special Topics in Greek Literature
GRE 403 Special Topics in Greek Literature
GRE 404 Special Projects in Ancient Greek Literature & Culture
GRE 405 Special Projects in Ancient Greek Literature and Culture
GRE 406 Special Projects in Ancient Greek Literature and Culture 
GRE 407 Supervised Reading in Classical Greek
GRE 408 Supervised Reading in Classical Greek
GRE 409 Supervised Reading in Classical Greek
GRE 411 Homer
GRE 421 Greek Orators
GRE 422 Aristophanes 
GRE 431 Herodotus
GRE 491 Directed Readings
GRE 691 Directed Readings in Greek for Graduate Students
 
CLASSICS: LATIN (LAT)
 
LAT 101 Elementary Latin I
LAT 102 Elementary Latin II
LAT 103 Intensive Elementary Latin
LAT 201 Intermediate Latin
LAT 202 Intermediate Latin II
LAT 203 Ovid 
LAT 301 Catullus
LAT 302 Petronius
LAT 311 Cicero
LAT 321 Virgil
LAT 322 Martial Epigrams
LAT 323 Seneca 
LAT 401 Special Topics in Latin Literature
LAT 402 Special Topics in Latin Literature
LAT 403 Special Topics in Latin Literature
LAT 404 Special Projects in the Literature & Culture of Ancient Rome
LAT 405 Special Projects in the Literature and Culture of Ancient Rome
LAT 406 Special Projects in the Literature and Culture of Ancient Rome
LAT 407 Supervised Reading in Classical Latin
LAT 408 Supervised Reading in Classical Latin
LAT 409 Supervised Reading in Classical Latin
LAT 411 Horace
LAT 421 Roman Epic
LAT 422 Lucretius 
LAT 431 Livy
LAT 432 Reading from Suetonius "Lives for the Twelve Caesara"
LAT 491 Directed Readings
LAT 625 Elementary Latin for Graduate Research
LAT 691 Directed Reading in Latin for Graduate Students