Classics - Class of 2014

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CLASSICS

Effective for the Class of 2014


I. Introductory Survey: Two of the following courses: CLA 121, 122, 125

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II. Intermediate Analysis Courses:

____________ History: One course from CLA 251, 252 or 235 with permission

____________ Literature: One course from CLA 262, 264, 266, 270 or 235 with permission

Two courses from the following: GRK 201, 202, Lat 201, 202, or any of the Intermediate Analysis courses not used above:

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III. Course considering an Extra-disciplinary Approach:

One course from the following: ANTH 106, 221, 235, 300, ARTH 201, ENG 298, ENG 299, ES 230, 263, HIST 300, PHIL 205, POL 102, THA 203
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IV. Courses at the Advanced Seminar level:

Three courses in CLA, Greek, or Latin at the 300 or 400 level, at least two of which must be in Greek or Latin.

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V. Capstone Experience:

____________ By departmental approval CLA 464 or 300-level course



CLA.14
Revised 6/11