Classical Studies

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Courses

For course descriptions not found in the UC San Diego General Catalog, 2015–16, please contact the department for more information.

[UC Tri-Campus Graduate Program in Classics Courses]

Undergraduate

CLAS 196. Directed Honors Thesis in Classical Studies (4)

BA honors thesis research under the direction of a member of a Classical Studies Program faculty. Prerequisites: acceptance into the Classical Studies Honors Program and consent of instructor.

Humanities 1. The Foundations of Western Civilization: Israel and Greece (6)

Humanities 2. Rome, Christianity, and the Middle Ages (6)

Humanities 3. Renaissance, Reformation, and Early Modern Europe (4)

HIEU 101. Greece in the Classical Age (4)

HIEU 101A. Ancient Greek Civilization (4)

HIEU 102. Roman History (4)

HIEU 103. Decline and Fall/Roman Empire (4)

HIEU 105. The Early Christian Church (4)

HIEU 133. Gender in Antiquity and the Early Medieval Mediterranean (4)

HIEU 161/261. Topics in Roman History (4)

HIEU 199. Independent Study in European History (4)

LTGK 1-2-3. Beginning and Intermediate Greek (4-4-4)

LTGK 102. Greek Poetry (4)

LTGK 103. Greek Drama (4)

LTGK 104. Greek Prose (4)

LTGK 105. Topics in Greek Literature (4)

LTGK 192. Senior Seminar in Literatures in Greek (4)

LTGK 198. Directed Group Study (4)

LTGK 199. Special Studies (2 or 4)

LTLA 1-2-3. Beginning and Intermediate Latin (4-4-4)

LTLA 4. Intensive Elementary Latin (12)

LTLA 100. Introduction to Latin Literature (4)

LTLA 102. Latin Poetry (4)

LTLA 103. Latin Drama (4)

LTLA 104. Latin Prose (4)

LTLA 105. Topics in Latin Literature (4)

LTLA 192. Senior Seminar in Literatures in Latin

LTLA 198. Directed Group Study (4)

LTLA 199. Special Studies (2 or 4)

LTWL 19A-B-C. The Greco-Roman World (4-4-4)

LTWL 100. Mythology (4)

LTWL 102. Women in Antiquity (4)

LTWL 106. Classical Tradition (4)
Previously LGTN 100, LTEU 100 (May be repeated as topics vary.)

LTWL 108. Words and Their Vicissitudes (4)

LTWL 158A. Topics in the New Testament (4)

LTWL 158B. Topics in Early Christian Texts and Cultures (4)

LTWL 158C. Topics in Other Christianities (4)

Philosophy 100. Plato (4)

Philosophy 101. Aristotle (4)

Philosophy 102. Hellenistic Philosophy (4)

Philosophy 110. History of Philosophy: Ancient (4)

Philosophy 199. Directed Individual Study (4)

Poli Sci 110A. Citizens and Saints: Political Thought from Plato to Augustine (4)

Visual Arts 120A. Greek Art (4)

Visual Arts 120B. Roman Art (4)

Visual Arts 120C. Late Antique Art (4)

Graduate

LTCO 210. Classical Studies (4)

Philosophy 210. Greek Philosophy (4)

UC Tri-Campus Graduate Program in Classics Courses

Classics 200A. Contemporary Literary Theory and the Classics (4)

An introduction to contemporary literary theory, focusing on important critical approaches to the literary texts. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

Classics 200B. Historical Perspectives on Classical Antiquity (4)

Examines ways in which classical texts and ideas have been received and appropriated for the diverse purposes of ancient and subsequent cultures. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

Classics 200C. Greece and Rome in Their Contemporary Cultural Contexts (4)

An introduction to the methods and perspectives of social scientific theory that can be used to study the material and social dimensions of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

Classics 201. Research and Pedagogical Tools for Classicists (4)

Covers various technical skills essential for research and pedagogy in classics, including use of digital resources (e.g., bibliographical databases). Provides an introduction to important disciplinary subfields, such as textual criticism and epigraphy. Selection of topics will be at instructor’s discretion.

Classics 205. Concurrent Readings (2)

Concurrent enrollment with advanced undergraduate courses (either Greek 105 or Latin 105) with enhanced readings and separate examinations. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

Classics 220. Classics Graduate Seminar (4)

Subject matter variable; mainly but not exclusively major literary topics. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Same as Art History 295 when topic is appropriate.

Classics 280. Independent Study (4)

Supervised independent research. Subject varies.

Classics 290. Research in Classics (4-4-4)

F,W,S.

Classics 299. Dissertation Research (4–12)

F,W,S. May be repeated for credit. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only.

Classics 399. University Teaching (4-4-4)

F,W,S. Required of and limited to teaching assistants.