- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Through a variety of courses, we seek to investigate the hallmarks of classical Greece and Rome, and to understand the role of these ancient cultures in forming the modern West. We offer three areas of study: Classical Civilization, Latin Language and Literature, and Greek Language and Literature.
- CLAS 102 - The Odyssey and the Myths of Comedy 3 credits
- CLAS 203 - The City in Antiquity 4 credits
- CLAS 222 - Ovid and the Middle Ages 4 credits
- CLAS 306 - Egypt after the Pharaohs 4 credits
Classical Civilization Faculty
Classics faculty are scholars and researchers, who publish widely, translate texts, and guest lecture at conferences and other educational institutions. They work closely with students to develop their scholarship, critical thinking skills and capacity to understand how ancient cultures and civilizations influence contemporary society.Explore Faculty within Classical Civilization