Courses for First Year Students Fall 2020 and January 2021
Greek and Latin Placement: The Classics Department does not give placement exams, but we will discuss with you your background in the language and suggest an appropriate course. Contact Professor Grace Ledbetter, Chair of Classics, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ancient History 028: Ancient Egypt (Fall 2020, social science) ; Ancient History 043: Thucydides on War, Plague, and Democracy (January 2021, social science) both classes are excellent entry points to the study of Classics at the college level and do not require Greek or Latin. They are open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Greek 001 -002 (Fall 2020 - Spring 2021) Learn the fundamentals of the language and begin to read Plato, Homer, and other authors in the original.
Latin 033 (Fall 2020) Latin 026 (January 2021): For students with several years of Latin. Contact Professor William Turpin for placement, email@example.com
Classical Studies 023: Introduction to Sanskrit. No prerequisites.
If you have any questions, contact Professor Grace Ledbetter, Chair of Classics, firstname.lastname@example.org.