Emphasizes Greek language and literature, with some work in Greek civilization.

It is strongly recommended that StDev 317 be taken at the end of the sophomore year or the beginning of the junior year. Because liberal arts degrees provide preparation in a variety of useful fields rather than a single career track, this course is recommended to help liberal arts students focus on specific educational and occupational goals and to identify the career options or educational opportunities available to them. The course will introduce them to the resources needed for accessing information about graduate schools, internships, careers, and career development. Students will learn basic employment strategies, including the steps necessary for obtaining employment related to their own specialty.

Requirement 1 —Complete 1 Course

course - Humanities & Professional Life 1.0

Requirement 2 —Complete 1 of 3 Courses

course - Intro to Greek & Roman Lit 3.0

course - Classical Tradition 1 3.0

course - Greek&Roman Mythology 3.0

Requirement 3 —Complete 1 Requirement

Requirement 3.1 —Complete 10 Courses

course - Golden Age of Greece 3.0

course - Greek History 3.0

course - Pro-Seminar 2.0

course - Exit Exam 1.0

course - First-Year Greek 4.0

course - First-Year Greek 4.0

course - Intermediate Greek 4.0

course - Classical Greek Poetry 3.0

course - Classical Greek Prose 3.0

course - Greek Prose Composition 3.0

Note 1: Greek 101, 102 may be waived with equivalent language experience.

Note 2: The Greek 302 course is the prerequisite for all 400-level prose courses and the Greek 301 course is the prerequisite for all 400-level poetry courses. Concurrent enrollment will be permitted only in rare and special cases and must have the approval both of the classics section head and the instructor of the 400-level course concerned.

IHum 311: Advanced Writing in Comparative Arts and Humanities is recommended to complete the Advanced Written and Oral Communication GE requirement.

Requirement 4 —Complete 1 Requirement

Requirement 4.1 —Complete 12 hours

course - Topics in Classical Lit & Civ - You may take once 3.0

course - Ancient Literary Criticism 3.0

course - Seminar in Classical Lit - You may take once 3.0

course - Greek NT & Christian Texts - You may take once 3.0

course - Herodotus 3.0

course - Homer, the Odyssey 3.0

course - Thucydides 3.0

course - Sophocles & Euripides 3.0

course - Greek Lyric Poetry 3.0

course - Plato 3.0

course - Attic Orators 3.0

course - Topcs Greek Liter - You may take once 0.5v

course - Topics: Ancient Greek History - You may take once 3.0

Note: Greek 411R or Cl Cv 340R may be taken only once each.