Course Descriptions

Study the Ancients. 

In addition to Latin and Greek language courses which are offered from the intermediate to advanced levels for graduate students, a variety of courses can be taken from other departments in the humanities as you pursue your master's degree. These include the following:

English

5318. Tragedy/Comedy.

5319. Classical Epic.

History 

530X (3303). Ancient Greece.

530X (3304). The Roman Republic.

530X (3305). The Roman Empire.

Philosophy 

530X (3343). From Ancient to Medieval Philosophy.

Politics 

530X (3331). Plato's Republic.

530X (3332). Aristotle's Politics.

530X (4311). Thucydides: Justice, War, and Necessity.

530X (4350). Aristotle's Ethics.

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