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Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages and Literature

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  • Objectives
    Classics programs have two related aims: first, to provide a solid background to the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome through written documents, including historical and literary sources, and archaeological evidence; and second, to train students to read and interpret texts in ancient Greek and Latin. The Classical Languages and Literature programs emphasize training in Latin and Greek. Ancient authors are studied in the original text.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages and Literature
  • Course description
    Honours in Classical Languages and Literature — 60 credits

        * 9 credits in Greek Literature, Roman Literature, the Heroic Epics of Greece and Rome or Greek Drama
        * 6 credits in the Fundamentals of Greek or Latin Grammar
        * 6 credits in readings from Greek or Latin prose and poetry at the introductory level
        * 3 credits in Greek or Roman political, social, economic and cultural history
        * 3 credits in Greek Mythology or Mythology of the Mediterranean Area
        * 3 credits in Greek or Roman Art and Archaeology
        * 6 credits in Honours Seminar and Thesis
        * 6 credits in the Fundamentals of Greek or Latin Grammar
        * 6 credits in readings from Greek or Latin Prose and Poetry at the intermediate level
        * 6 credits in readings from Greek or Latin Prose and Poetry at the advanced level
        * 6 credits in Sanskrit or Comparative Indo‑European Linguistics or other Linguistics courses chosen in consultation with the department
        * 30 elective credits in any department

    Major in Classical Languages and Literature — 42 credits

        * 9 credits in Greek Literature, Roman Literature, the Heroic Epics of Greece and Rome or Greek Drama
        * 3 credits in Greek or Roman political, social, economic and cultural history
        * 3 credits in Greek Mythology or Mythology of the Mediterranean Area
        * 3 credits in Greek or Roman Art and Archaeology
        * 6 credits in the Fundamentals of Greek or Latin Grammar
        * 6 credits in Greek or Latin prose and poetry at the intermediate level
        * 6 credits in Greek or Latin prose and poetry at the advanced level
        * 6 credits in the Fundamentals of Greek or Latin Grammar or six credits in Linguistics chosen in consultation with the Department
        * 48 elective credits in any department, which may take the form of a Major or Minor in another section of the Department or in another department

    Minor in Classical Languages and Literature — 24 credits

        * 12 credits in Greek or Roman Literature, the Heroic Epics of Greece and Rome, Greek Drama
        * 12 credits in Greek and/or Latin at the introductory and intermediate level

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