Department of Foreign Languages

Classical Civilization Courses (CLC)

CLC - 1010 CLASSICAL HUMANITIES [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HUM 1010. An introduction to the civilization of the Greeks and Romans in which history, literature, mythology, art, and philosophy are interrelated and interpreted.

CLC - 2040 ANCIENT NEAR EAST [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HIST 2040. A survey of the history and civilization of ancient Sumer, Babylonia, Assyria, Egypt, Palestine, and Persia.

CLC - 2050 ANCIENT GREECE [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HIST 2050. A survey of the history and civilization of Hellenic and Hellenistic Greece.

CLC - 2060 ANCIENT ROME [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HIST 2060. A survey of the history and civilization of Rome from its origin through the Empire.

CLC - 3100 CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HUM 3100. A survey of Greek and Roman mythology in classical literature, sculpture, and art.

CLC - 3200 ENGLISH DERIVATIVES FROM GREEK AND LATIN [3 hours] Course is crosslisted with HUM 3200. Study of the origin and development of words in current use in a variety of fields for those with little or no previous language study in Latin or Greek.

CLC - 3250 GREEK AND ROMAN DRAMA IN ENGLISH [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HUM 3250. A study of the origin and development of classical tragedy and comedy with extensive readings in English of the major dramatists from Aeschylus to Seneca.

CLC - 4010 GREEK INSTITUTIONAL HISTORY [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HIST 4010. A study of selected topics on the political and social institutions of Greece in the classical and Hellenistic periods.

CLC - 4020 ROMAN INSTITUTIONAL HISTORY [3 hours] Course is crosslisted as HIST 4020. A study of selected topics on the political and social institutions of Rome in the Republic and the Empire.

CLC - 49480 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CLASSICS [1-3 hours] Study of a selected topic in Classics. May be repeated when topic varies. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

Last Updated: 7/16/15