Classical Studies

Minor

Students may combine courses in various ways to comprise the following four minor options:

Option 1: Greek Language (20 hours, at least six of which must be 3000/4000 level). Required courses: LATN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314, and two upper-level courses (GREK 4391, which may be repeated  for credit when its top changes).

Option 2: Latin Language (20 hours, at least six of which must be 3000/4000 level). Required courses: LATN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314, and two upper-level courses LATN 4335 or LATN 4391, also repeatable for credit when its top changes).

Option 3: Classical Civilization (20 hours, at least six of which must be 3000/4000 level). Required courses: GREK 1441 and 1442, or  LATN 1441 and 1442. The remaining twelve hours may be satisfied by any combination of the courses listed at the courses accordion, provided that they include six hours at the 3000/4000 level.

Option 4: Greek Language (18 hours, at least six of which must be 3000/4000 level).This option may be satisfied using any combination of the courses listed below, provided that they include six hours at the 3000/4000 level.

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Courses

Classical Studies is an interdisciplinary program that exposes students to a variety of subjects taught by faculty from several different departments in the College of Liberal Arts. (For a list of courses being taught in a given semester, consut with the program director, Dr Charles Chaiasson, chiasson@uta.edu).

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ANTH 2339 Principles of Archaeology
ANTH 2349 Honors Principles of Archaeology
ANTH 3355 The Rise of the Civilization
ANTH 3358 Topics in Archaeology
ANTH 3370 Archaeology of the Prehistoric Aegean
ANTH 3371 Archaeology of Greece
ANTH 3372 Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
ANTH 3373 Archaeology of Egypt


ART 3302 Art of Antiquity
ART 3316 Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Art


CLAS 1300 Introduction to Classical Mythology
CLAS 2300 Hollywood Classics: The Ancient World in Film
CLAS 2303 The Classical roots of English Vocabulary
CLAS 2305 Topics in Classical Civilization
CLAS 2307 Women in the Ancient World
CLAS 3310 Introduction to Greek Civilization
CLAS 3320 Introduction to Roman Civilization
CLAS 3323 Topics in Classical Mythology
CLAS 3335 Topics in Classical Studies
CLAS 4391 Conference Course
CLAS 4394 Senior Thesis


ENGL 3339 Classical Backgrounds
ENGL 3361 History of World Literature I

GREK 1441/1442 Level I-II
GREK 2313/2314 Level III-IV
GREK 4391 Conference Course
HIST 3374 Ancient Greece
HIST 3375 Ancient Rome
HIST 3380 History of Ancient Sport

LATN 1441/1442 Level I-II
LATN 2313/2314 Level III-IV
LATN 4335 Topics in Latin Literature
LATN 4391 Conference Course

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The Classics Club

The UTA Classics Club was founded "to foster the study of classical antiquity, to raise awareness of the importance of Classical Studies, and to facilitate academic and social contacts among kindred spirits."