Undergraduate Courses in Classics
CLCS 33000 : Survey of Greek Literature in Translation. Introduction to Classical Greek literature from Homer to Aristotle, laying a foundation for understanding the influence of Hellenic thought on subsequent Western culture. Readings in English translation. Approach will be based on the canonic genres of ancient literature.
CLCS 33700 : The Ancient Epic. Study of the epic in four ancient cultures, with emphasis on its structure, nature, and social functions. Reading of Gilgamesh, The Iliad, The Odyssey, The Aeneid, and Beowulf as representative of the genre of epic.
CLCS 59000 : Directed Reading in Classics; May be repeated for credit; Instructor approval required. Independent and/or tutorial readings in Classics.
CLCS 59300 : Special Topics in Classical Literature; May be repeated for credit. Instructor approval required. Independent and/or tutorial study of special topics in Classical literature.