Course Offerings from Previous Years
This archive rotates to display the course offerings from the previous three to four academic years.
Course Rotation Information
Aside from the consistent offering of all elementary- and intermediate-level language courses (numbered 101 through 104) every year (and intensive versions of these courses during the summer, as well), here are some general patterns that the department tries to observe regarding course rotations.
IMPORTANT: This information provides guidelines only. It records departmental conventions rather than official course offerings. It does not represent a contract or other binding promise to offer any course or sequence as a class or as an independent study, and both the department and the university must reserve the right to alter these patterns at any time. Always consult current university course schedules and the departmental advisers for up-to-date information on all current and future course offerings.
- GR 411/511, Greek Prose Composition: every spring
- GR 501, Elementary Greek for Graduate Students I: every fall
- GR 502, Elementary Greek for Graduate Students II: every spring
- LAT 501, Elementary Latin for Graduate Students I: every fall
- LAT 502, Elementary Latin for Graduate Students II: every spring
- LAT 509, Intensive Elementary Latin: every fall
- LAT 519, Intensive Intermediate Latin: every spring
- LAT 411/511, Latin Prose Composition: every fall
- At least one course at the 500 level on a classical Greek author or genre: every semester
- At least one course at the 500 level on a classical Latin author or genre: every semester
- One "patristic seminar" on a late antique or Christian Greek author for graduate students: every year
- One "patristic seminar" on a late antique or Christian Latin author for graduate students: every year
- At least one course in medieval Latin or Latin palaeography: every year
- CLAS 211, Greek and Roman Mythology: every fall
- CLAS 205-206, History of the Ancient Mediterranean I and II: every other year (alternating with CLAS 312-313)
- CLAS 312-313, Greek and Roman Literature in Translation: every other year (alternating with CLAS 205-206)
- Either CLAS 317, Greek Art and Architecture or CLAS 318, Roman Art and Architecture: every year (alternating years between the two courses)
- At least one CLAS course as an undergraduate elective: every year