Classics Courses and the Core



Classics courses are very diverse because of the multi-disciplinary nature of our studies. Courses in Classics touch on language, art and architecture, culture, history, social science, and a host of other topics.  They look into every aspect of the Greek and Roman world and beyond.  Indeed many other disciplines look to the Classics of Greece and Rome for inspiration and a source of ideas.  As such, Classics courses are a perfect way to fulfill College Core requirements.  If you are searching for a good core course check out the following:

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CL 210 Art and Architecture of the Ancient World (x listed FAH210)

CL 222 Classical Mythology: The Gods.

CL 223 Classical Mythology: The Heroes

CL 276 Archaeology of Egypt (x listed FAH205)

CL 277 Survey of Archaeology of Greece (x listed FAH206)

CL 278 Survey of Archaeology of Rome (x listed FAH206)