Classics

Curriculum & Degrees

Degrees Offered

NOTE: Students wishing to pursue Classics at the graduate level are strongly advised to pursue a BA Honours in Classics, and to take as many courses in the ancient languages as possible.

Sample Curricula

 

  • 3 Year BA (Lang.)
  • 3 Year BA (Civ.)
  • 4 Year BA (Civ.)
  • 4 Year BA (Lang.)
  • BA Honours (Lang.)
  • BA Honours (Civ.)

(Minimum 30, maximum 48 credits in Classics, minimum 30 credits in Classical languages)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1100/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 1101/3 Introduction to Latin II
Year 2:
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • 2100/6 Intermediate Latin Texts
  • 1200/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek I
  • 1201/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek II
  • 2304/3 History of the Roman Empire
Year 3:
  • 2096/3 History of Ancient Rome
  • One six credit 3000/4000 course in Latin
  • 2200/6 Intermediate Greek texts
  • One three credit 3000/4000 course

(Minimum 30, maximum 48 credits in Classics)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1200/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 2800/3 Greek and Latin in Today’s English
Year 2:
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • 2091/3 Ancient Greek History
  • 2002/3 Greek Art and Architecture
  • 2003/3 Roman Art and Architecture
  • 2301/3 The History of Classical Greece
  • One three credit 2000/3000 course
Year 3:
  • 2060/3 Sport in the Ancient World
  • 2702/3 The Heroic Age of Greece
  • 2070/3 Women and the Family in Greece and Rome
  • 3754/3 Ancient Epic in Translation
  • 3755/3 Ancient Drama in Translation

(Minimum 48, maximum 66 credits in Classics)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1100/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 2800/3 Greek and Latin in Today’s English
Year 2:
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • 2060/3 Sport in the Ancient World
  • 2702/3 Religion in Greece and Rome
  • 2803/3 History of the Roman Republic
Year 3:
  • 3310/3 Alexander the Great
  • 2301/3 The History of Classical Greece
  • 2070/3 Women and the Family in Greece and Rome
  • 2002/3 Greek Art and Architecture
  • 2003/3 Roman Art and Architecture
Year 4:
  • 4400/6 Thesis
  • 2703/3 Magic and Divination in the Greek and Roman World
  • 3830/3 Kingdoms and City-States
  • 3754/3 Ancient Epic in Translation
  • 3755/3 Ancient Drama in Translation

(Minimum 48, maximum 66 credits in Classics)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1100/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 1101/3 Introduction to Latin II
Year 2:
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • 2301/3 The History of Classical Greece
  • 2100/6 Intermediate Latin Texts
  • 1200/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek I
  • 1201/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek II
Year 3:
  • 2405/3 Staging Greek and Roman Drama
  • 2050/3 Education in the Ancient World
  • One six credit 3000/4000 course in Latin
  • 2200/6 Intermediate Greek texts
Year 4:
  • 4400/6 Thesis
  • One six credit 3000/4000 course in Latin
  • One six credit 3000/4000 course in Greek

(Minimum 54, maximum 78 credits in Classics)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1100/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 1101/3 Introduction to Latin II
  • 1200/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek I
  • 1201/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek II
Year 2:
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • One three credit 2000/3000 course
  • 2100/6 Intermediate Latin Texts
  • 2200/6 Intermediate Greek Texts
Year 3:
  • One six credit 4000 course in Latin
  • One six credit 4000 course in Greek
  • 3260/3 Classical Archaeology
  • 3311/3 The Hellenistic World
Year 4:
  • 4400/6 Thesis
  • Two six credit 3000/4000 courses in Latin
  • Two six credit 3000/4000 courses in Greek

(Minimum 54, maximum 78 credits in Classics)

Year 1:
  • 1011/3 Introduction to Greek Society
  • 1012/3 Introduction to Roman Society
  • 1100/3 Introduction to Latin I
  • 1101/3 Introduction to Latin II
Year 2:
  • 1200/3 Introduction to Ancient Greek I
  • 2000/3 The Heroic Age of Greece
  • 2301/3 The History of Classical Greece
  • 2701/3 Classical Mythology
  • 2901/3 Introduction to Ancient Art and Art History
  • 3840/3 Provinces and Subjects
Year 3:
  • 2096/3 The History of Ancient Rome
  • 2405/3 Staging Greek and Roman Drama
  • 2920/3 Food, Diet, and Dining in Antiquity
  • 3755/3 Ancient Drama in Translation
  • Two three credit 3000/4000 courses
Year 4:
  • 4400/6 Thesis
  • 4850/3 Eras
  • 4000/3 Seminar
  • 4020/3 Directed Reading

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