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2006-07 Undergraduate Catalog

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Classical Studies
Description of the Major
The Bachelor of Arts in classical studies, with specializations in either classical civilization, ancient language or teacher certification, develops proficiency in either Latin and/or ancient Greek. Through the study of language and literature, you gain knowledge of literary and historical genres, systems of thought and language structure and use. Emphasis is on your ability to translate Latin and/or ancient Greek and to analyze patterns in language. You will be ability to communicate independent, critical perspectives and to apply these skills to your area of specialization.

Additional information is available from your major's website.
Before Graduating You Must
  • Successfully complete a department exam in Latin or ancient Greek, graded according to department rubric.
  • Satisfy the Florida statutory requirements for CLAST.
  • Complete requirements for the baccalaureate degree, as determined by faculty.
Skills You Will Acquire in the Major (SLOs)
  1. Competency in either Latin or ancient Greek (i.e., knowledge of vocabulary, morphology and syntax).
  2. Knowledge of the socio-historical context of Latin or ancient Greek literature.
  3. Ability to analyze and interpret a Latin or ancient Greek text according to its cultural, literary and/or linguistic content.
  4. Recognition of aural prompts and effective communication in Latin or ancient Greek.

Courses Content Critical Thinking Communication
GRW 2250 X X X X
GRW 3102 X X X X
GRW 3300 X X X X
GRW 3303 X X X X
GRW 3501 X X X X
LNW 2630/
LNW 2660
LNW 3220 X X X X
LNW 3310 X X X X
LNW 3320 X X X X
LNW 3360 X X X X
LNW 3380 X X X X
LNW 3490 X X X X
LNW 3644 X X X X
LNW 3660 X X X X
LNW 3930 X X X X

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