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Classics course catalog

2018-19

Augustana offers a wide variety of classes in Classics-the study of Greek and Roman antiquity-including courses in beginning through advanced Greek and Latin, along with related courses taught in English.

See requirements for the Classics (Greek and Latin) major and minor and the Classical Studies (Greek or Latin) major and minor. The Classics Department also offers a minor in Greek for New Testament Studies.

KIRSTEN DAY, Associate Professor, Chair 
B.A., Rice University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

NICHOLAS DOBSON, Adjunct Assistant Instructor
B.A., Rice University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

MISCHA A. HOOKER, Lecturer
B.A. Calgary; M.A., Ph.D., Cincinnati

EMIL KRAMER, Professor
B.A., Texas; M.A., Georgia; Ph.D., Cincinnati

MAJOR IN CLASSICS GREK-101, GREK-102, GREK-103 and LATN-101, LATN-102, LATN-103 or equivalent; four (1-hour) classes at the 200 level in GREK and/or LATN; two (3-hour) classes at the 300 level in GREK and/or LATN; CLAS-328; two of CLAS-212, CLAS-222, CLAS-224, CLAS-226, CLAS-240, CLAS-311, CLAS-340, CLAS-360, CLAS-365; CLAS-401.

Required supporting courses (6 credits): HIST-305 and HIST-306.

MAJOR IN CLASSICAL STUDIES GREK-101, GREK-102, GREK-103 or LATN-101, LATN-102, LATN-103 or equivalent; four (1-hour) classes at the 200 level in GREK or LATN; two (3-hour) classes at the 300 level in GREK or LATN; CLAS-328; three of CLAS-212, CLAS-222, CLAS-224, CLAS-226, CLAS-240, CLAS-311, CLAS-340, CLAS-360, CLAS-365; CLAS-401.

Required supporting courses (6 credits): HIST-305 and HIST-306.

MINOR IN CLASSICS GREK-101, GREK-102, GREK-103 and LATN-101, LATN-102, LATN-103 or equivalent; three (1-hour) classes at the 200 level in GREK and/or LATN; two (3-hour) classes at the 300 level in GREK and/or LATN; CLAS-328; one of CLAS-212, CLAS-222, CLAS-224, CLAS-226, CLAS-240, CLAS-311, CLAS-340, CLAS-360, CLAS-365, HIST-305, HIST-306.

MINOR IN CLASSICAL STUDIES GREK-101, GREK-102, GREK-103 or LATN-101, LATN-102, LATN-103 or equivalent; three (1-hour) classes at the 200 level in GREK or LATN; one (3-hour) class at the 300 level in GREK or LATN; CLAS-328; three of CLAS-212, CLAS-222, CLAS-224, CLAS-226, CLAS-240, CLAS-311, CLAS-340, CLAS-360, CLAS-365, HIST-305, HIST-306.

MINOR IN GREEK FOR NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES. GREK-101, GREK-102, GREK-103 or equivalent; three ( 1 hour) 200 level courses in Greek; two of CLAS-360, CLAS-365; RELG-310, RELG-311, RELG-360.

Grade Point Average Notation: All courses listed in the catalog as required courses for any major and/or minor, including those courses outside of the department or with a different subject coding, are considered part of the major and will count in the grade point average. Some departments may have additional grade requirements for the courses offered within their department. Recommended supporting courses that are optional and not required may also count in the major depending on the program. For more information see your department chair or the degree requirements for Bachelor of Arts and information on Majors/Minors.

Courses in Classics (CLAS)

No knowledge of Greek or Latin is required for the following courses.

Courses in Greek (GREK)

Courses numbered above 200 are usually offered alternate years.

Courses in Latin (LATN)

Courses numbered above 200 are usually offered alternate years.

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