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1 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 271 CL AR 340 PRE-CL ART & ARCH AUT/ AUT/ Y CL AR 340 ART H 340. Pre-Classical Art and Archaeology LAST UPDT: 9/02/94 APPROVED: 4/01/70 CL AR 341 GREEK ART & ARCHLGY AUT/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 341 ART H 341. Greek Art and Archaeology LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED: 4/01/70 CL AR 342 ROMAN ART & ARCHLGY WIN/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 342 ART H 342. Roman Art and Archaeology LAST UPDT: 8/05/14 APPROVED: 4/01/70 CL AR 343 HELLNSTIC ART ARCHY SPR/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 343 ART H 343. Hellenistic Art and Archaeology LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED:11/01/79 CL AR 442 GREEK PAINTING WIN/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 442 ART H 442. Greek Painting LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED:11/01/79 CL AR 443 ROMAN PAINTING WIN/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 443 ART H 443. Roman Painting LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED: 6/12/97 CL AR 444 GRK & ROMAN SCULPT SUM/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 444 ART H 444. Greek and Roman Sculpture LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 CL AR 446 GREEK ARCHITECTURE AUT/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 446 ART H 446. Greek Architecture LAST UPDT: 3/19/14 APPROVED:11/01/75 COMMENT:CHG JT STATUS CL AR 447 ARCHY EARLY ITALY SPR/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 447 ART H 447. The Archaeology of Early Italy LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED:12/21/01

2 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 272 CL AR 448 ARCHAEOLGY OF ITALY SPR/ AUT/ Y Y CL AR 448 ART H 448. The Archaeology of Italy LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED:12/06/93 CL AR 511 MYCENAEAN ARCHAEOLO AUT/ AUT/ MYCENAEAN ARCHAEOLOGY CL AR 513 ATHENIAN TOPOGRAPHY AUT/ AUT/ Athenian Topography LAST UPDT:12/16/92 APPROVED: 3/31/92 CL AR 541 SEMINAR GRK ROM ART AUT/ AUT/ Y CL AR 541 ART H 541. Seminar in Greek and Roman Art LAST UPDT: 7/23/15 APPROVED: 4/21/77

3 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 273 CL LI 501 COMP PHNLGY GRK&LAT AUT/ AUT/ Comparative Phonology of Greek and Latin CL LI 503 HIST OF GREEK LANG AUT/ AUT/ History of the Greek Language CL LI 505 HIST OF LATIN LANG AUT/ AUT/ History of the Latin Language CL LI 506 ITALIC DIALECTS AUT/ AUT/ Italic Dialects CL LI 508 GREEK DIALECTS AUT/ AUT/ Greek Dialects CL LI 510 MYCENAEAN GREEK AUT/ AUT/ MYCENAEAN GREEK

4 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 274 CLAS 101 LAT & GRK CURR USE AUT/ AUT/ Y Latin and Greek in Current Use LAST UPDT:10/04/01 COMMENT:DROP CR/NC ONLY CLAS 102 GRAM & SYN THRU LAT AUT/ AUT/ Y Grammar and Syntax through Latin LAST UPDT: 3/14/97 APPROVED: 3/28/94 CLAS 122 ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN AUT/ AUT/ Y Gateway to the Ancient Greco-Roman World LAST UPDT: 6/26/03 APPROVED: 6/10/03 CLAS 205 BIOSCIENTIFIC VOCAB WIN/ AUT/ Y Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin and Greek LAST UPDT:11/28/01 APPROVED:10/01/83 COMMENT:DROP CR/NC ONLY CLAS 210 GRK ROM CLCS IN ENG SPR/ AUT/ Y Greek and Roman Classics in English LAST UPDT: 6/14/93 CLAS 314 STEM IN ANCNT WORLD AUT/ AUT/ Y Y Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in the Ancient World LAST UPDT: 9/23/15 APPROVED: 9/15/15 CLAS 320 G R PRIV & PUB LIFE AUT/ SUM/ Y Y Greek and Roman Private and Public Life LAST UPDT: 1/22/16 APPROVED: 3/02/72 CLAS 320 G & R SOC & STATUS AUT/ AUT/ Y Y Society and Status in Greece and Rome LAST UPDT: 1/22/16 APPROVED: 3/02/72 CLAS 324 GRK & ROM ATHLETICS AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek and Roman Athletics LAST UPDT: 3/21/12 APPROVED:10/23/86 COMMENT:CHG CREDITS, DESC CLAS 326 WOMEN IN ANTIQUITY SPR/ AUT/ Y Y Women in Antiquity LAST UPDT:11/14/13 APPROVED: 3/28/91 COMMENT:CHG CREDITS

5 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 275 CLAS 328 SEX & GENDER IN LIT AUT/ AUT/ Y Y Sex, Gender, and Representation in Greek and Roman Literature LAST UPDT:11/14/13 APPROVED: 3/29/93 CLAS 330 AGE OF AUGUSTUS AUT/ AUT/ Y Y..... CLAS 330 HSTAM 330. The Age of Augustus LAST UPDT: 4/05/96 APPROVED: 1/24/96 CLAS 360 JEWS GREEKS ROMANS AUT/ AUT/ Y CLAS 360 JSIS C360. Jews, Greeks, and Romans in the Ancient World LAST UPDT: 4/25/13 APPROVED: 3/19/13 COMMENT:CHG JT PREFIX CLAS 399 STUDY ABROAD SPR/ AUT/ Y.... Y Study Abroad: Classics LAST UPDT: 3/09/94 APPROVED: 1/01/90 CLAS 405 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Undergraduate Seminar in Classics LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 5/21/01 COMMENT:CHG MAX CREDITS CLAS 410 CLASSICAL TRADITION SPR/ AUT/ Y THE CLASSICAL TRADITION LAST UPDT: 2/24/16 APPROVED: 3/01/89 CLAS 420 ROMAN POLITICS SUM/ AUT/ Y Y ROMAN POLITICS-THE RISE&FALL OF POLITICAL FREEDOM LAST UPDT: 5/04/94 APPROVED: 2/01/76 CLAS 422 INTEL HIST CLAS GRC WIN/ AUT/ Y Y Intellectual History of Classical Greece LAST UPDT: 5/20/09 COMMENT:CHG TITLES, CREDITS, DESC CLAS 424 EPIC TRADITION AUT/ AUT/ Y CLAS 424 C LIT 424. The Epic Tradition LAST UPDT: 9/02/94 APPROVED: 4/01/77 CLAS 427 GRK ROM TRAG IN ENG AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek and Roman Tragedy in English LAST UPDT: 8/17/06

6 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 276 CLAS 428 GRK ROM CMDY IN ENG WIN/ AUT/ Y Greek and Roman Comedy in English LAST UPDT: 5/20/09 COMMENT:CHG CREDITS CLAS 430 GRK & ROM MYTHOLOGY SPR/ AUT/ Y Greek and Roman Mythology LAST UPDT: 3/20/13 APPROVED: 2/28/94 COMMENT:PERM DL CLAS 432 CLAS MYTH IN FILM WIN/ AUT/ Y Classical Mythology in Film LAST UPDT:10/20/95 APPROVED:10/27/93 CLAS 435 THE ANCIENT NOVEL AUT/ AUT/ Y The Ancient Novel LAST UPDT: 1/29/98 COMMENT:CHANGE DESCRIPTION CLAS 440 GRK ROM CRITICS ENG SPR/ AUT/ Y GREEK AND ROMAN CRITICS IN ENGLISH LAST UPDT: 3/09/94 CLAS 445 GRK & ROM RELIGION AUT/ AUT/ Y Y..... CLAS 445 JSIS C445. Greek and Roman Religion LAST UPDT: 4/16/13 APPROVED: 5/01/82 COMMENT:CHG JT STATUS CLAS 490 SUPERVISED STUDY AUT/ AUT/ Supervised Study LAST UPDT: 5/20/09 APPROVED: 5/19/09 CLAS 495 SENIOR ESSAY WIN/ AUT/ Y..... Y. Senior Essay LAST UPDT: 9/21/00 APPROVED: 3/29/93 CLAS 496 SPECIAL TOPICS AUT/ AUT/ Y... Y Y Special Topics LAST UPDT: 8/16/12 APPROVED: 3/29/93 FEE TYPE:1 $10.00 BUDGET: REV OBJ CD: CLAS 510 INTERDISC SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Interdisciplinary Seminar in Classics LAST UPDT: 7/31/12 APPROVED: 6/21/11 COMMENT:12-14 PREQ CHG

7 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 277 CLAS 520 SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Seminar LAST UPDT: 2/27/98 APPROVED: 2/25/98 CLAS 525 PROSEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Proseminar LAST UPDT: 9/01/05 APPROVED: 8/24/05 CLAS 540 GRK-LAT LIT HIST AUT/ AUT/ Topics in Greek and Latin Literary History LAST UPDT: 2/03/06 APPROVED: 4/25/05 COMMENT:INCRS MAX CR CLAS 700 MASTERS THESIS AUT/ AUT/ Master's Thesis LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 5/01/73 CLAS 800 DOCTORAL DISSERTATN SUM/ AUT/ Doctoral Dissertation LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 1/01/70

8 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 278 GREEK 101 ELEMENTARY GREEK AUT/ AUT/ Elementary Greek LAST UPDT: 0/00/00 GREEK 102 ELEMENTARY GREEK SUM/ AUT/ Elementary Greek LAST UPDT: 0/00/00 GREEK 103 ELEMENTARY GREEK AUT/ AUT/ Elementary Greek LAST UPDT: 6/14/93 GREEK 300 GREEK LANG ACCELRTD AUT/ AUT/ Greek Language, Accelerated LAST UPDT: 3/06/96 APPROVED: 9/01/83 COMMENT:CHANGE DESCRIPTION GREEK 301 GREEK LANG ACCELRTD AUT/ AUT/ Greek Language, Accelerated LAST UPDT: 3/06/96 APPROVED: 9/01/83 COMMENT:CHANGE DESCRIPTION GREEK 304 INTR RDNGS GRK LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y Introductory Readings in Greek Literature LAST UPDT: 2/19/15 APPROVED: 2/17/15 GREEK 305 ATTIC PROSE AUT/ AUT/ Y Attic Prose LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 GREEK 306 ATTIC PROSE AUT/ AUT/ Y Attic Prose LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 GREEK 307 HOMER SPR/ AUT/ Y Homer LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 GREEK 308 INTRO KOINE GREEK SPR/ AUT/ Y Introduction to Koine Greek Texts APPROVED: 4/01/77

9 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 279 GREEK 404 ADV RDNGS GRK LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y Advanced Readings in Greek Literature LAST UPDT: 2/19/15 APPROVED: 2/17/15 GREEK 405 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Undergraduate Seminar in Classics LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 5/21/01 COMMENT:CHG MAX CREDITS GREEK 413 PRESOC PHILOSOPHERS AUT/ AUT/ Y The Pre-Socratic Philosophers GREEK 414 PLATO WIN/ AUT/ Y Plato GREEK 415 ARISTOTLE SPR/ AUT/ Y Aristotle GREEK 422 HERODOTUS AUT/ AUT/ Y Herodotus and the Persian Wars GREEK 424 THUCYDIDES WIN/ AUT/ Y Thucydides and the Peloponnesian War GREEK 426 ATTIC ORATORS SPR/ AUT/ Y Attic Orators GREEK 428 IMPERIAL GREEK LIT AUT/ AUT/ Y Imperial Greek Literature LAST UPDT: 3/02/98 APPROVED: 2/25/98 GREEK 442 GREEK DRAMA AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek Drama GREEK 443 GREEK DRAMA WIN/ AUT/ Y Greek Drama

10 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 280 GREEK 444 GREEK DRAMA SPR/ AUT/ Y Greek Drama GREEK 449 GREEK EPIC AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek Epic GREEK 451 LYRIC POETRY AUT/ AUT/ Y Lyric Poetry GREEK 453 PINDAR SPR/ AUT/ Y Pindar: The Epinician Odes GREEK 461 EARLY GRK LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Early Greek Literature APPROVED:11/01/79 GREEK 462 LIT OF CLAS ATHENS SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Literature of Classical Athens APPROVED:11/01/79 GREEK 463 HELLENISTIC GRK LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Hellenistic Greek Literature APPROVED:11/01/79 GREEK 490 SUPERVISED STUDY AUT/ AUT/ Y Supervised Study LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 GREEK 499 UNDERGRAD RESEARCH AUT/ AUT/ Y UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 GREEK 500 GRK GRAM & COMP AUT/ AUT/ Grammar and Composition GREEK 501 HOMER AUT/ AUT/ Homer

11 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 281 GREEK 503 ARISTOPHANES AUT/ AUT/ Aristophanes GREEK 504 PLATO AUT/ AUT/ Plato GREEK 506 ARISTOTLE AUT/ AUT/ Aristotle GREEK 508 LYSIAS DEMOSTHENES AUT/ AUT/ Lysias and Demosthenes GREEK 510 GREEK HISTORIANS AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek Historians GREEK 512 GREEK TRAGEDY AUT/ AUT/ Y Greek Tragedy GREEK 515 GREEK EPIGRAPHY AUT/ AUT/ Greek Epigraphy LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 APPROVED: 1/25/90 GREEK 520 SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Y Seminar GREEK 540 TOPICS GRK LIT HIST AUT/ AUT/ Topics in Greek Literary History LAST UPDT: 2/03/06 APPROVED: 3/29/05 COMMENT:INCRS MAX CR GREEK 590 SUPERVISED STUDY SUM/ AUT/ Y Supervised Study LAST UPDT:11/06/98 APPROVED: 3/01/71 GREEK 600 INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH WIN/ AUT/ Independent Study or Research LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 1/01/70

12 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 282 LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN AUT/ AUT/ Elementary Latin LAST UPDT: 2/04/93 LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN WIN/ AUT/ Elementary Latin LAST UPDT: 0/00/00 LATIN 103 ELEMENTARY LATIN SPR/ AUT/ Elementary Latin LAST UPDT: 6/14/93 LATIN 300 LATIN LANG ACCELRTD WIN/ AUT/ Latin Language, Accelerated LAST UPDT: 4/11/94 APPROVED: 9/01/83 LATIN 301 LATIN LANG ACCELRTD SPR/ AUT/ Latin Language, Accelerated LAST UPDT: 4/11/94 APPROVED: 9/01/83 LATIN 304 INTR RDNGS LTN LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y Introductory Readings in Latin Literature LAST UPDT: 2/19/15 APPROVED: 2/17/15 LATIN 305 INTROD LAT LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y Introduction to Latin Literature LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 APPROVED: 2/24/77 LATIN 306 CICERO & OVID SUM/ AUT/ Y Cicero and Ovid LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 APPROVED: 2/24/77 LATIN 307 VERGIL SUM/ AUT/ Y Vergil LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 APPROVED: 2/24/77 LATIN 401 MEDIEV LAT TO 1200 AUT/ AUT/ Y Medieval Latin Literature to 1200 LAST UPDT: 1/28/96 APPROVED: 1/01/87 LATIN 402 MEDIEV & REN LATIN AUT/ AUT/ Y Later Medieval and Renaissance Latin Literature LAST UPDT: 1/28/96 APPROVED: 1/01/87

13 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 283 LATIN 404 ADV RDNGS LTN LIT SUM/ AUT/ Y Advanced Readings in Latin Literature LAST UPDT: 2/19/15 APPROVED: 2/17/15 LATIN 405 UNDERGRAD SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Undergraduate Seminar in Classics LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 5/21/01 COMMENT:CHG MAX CREDITS LATIN 412 LUCRETIUS AUT/ AUT/ Y Lucretius LATIN 414 SENECA SPR/ AUT/ Y Seneca LATIN 422 LIVY AUT/ AUT/ Y Livy LATIN 423 CICERO & SALLUST WIN/ AUT/ Y Cicero and Sallust LATIN 424 TACITUS SPR/ AUT/ Y Tacitus LATIN 447 ROMAN LYRIC AUT/ AUT/ Y Roman Lyric LATIN 449 ROMAN ELEGY WIN/ AUT/ Y Roman Elegy LATIN 451 ROMAN SATIRE WIN/ AUT/ Y Roman Satire LATIN 457 ROMAN DRAMA AUT/ AUT/ Y Roman Drama

14 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 284 LATIN 458 ROMAN EPIC SPR/ AUT/ Y Roman Epic LATIN 461 LAT LIT OF REPUBLIC SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Latin Literature of the Republic APPROVED:11/01/79 LATIN 462 LAT LIT OF AUG AGE SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Latin Literature of the Augustan Age APPROVED:11/01/79 LATIN 463 LAT LIT OF EMPIRE SUM/ AUT/ Y.... Y Latin Literature of the Empire APPROVED:11/01/79 LATIN 465 ROM TOPOG & MONMNTS SPR/ AUT/ Y.... Y Roman Topography and Monuments APPROVED: 1/01/87 LATIN 475 IMPR TCH LATIN AUT/ AUT/ Y LATIN 475 EDC&I 438. Improvement of Teaching: Latin LAST UPDT: 9/10/14 APPROVED: 3/01/90 LATIN 476 CAES VERGL HS TCHRS AUT/ AUT/ Y LATIN 476 EDC&I 439. CAESAR AND VERGIL FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS LAST UPDT: 8/08/95 APPROVED: 3/01/90 LATIN 490 SUPERVISED STUDY AUT/ AUT/ Y Supervised Study LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 LATIN 499 UNDERGRAD RESEARCH AUT/ AUT/ Y UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH LAST UPDT: 8/17/06 LATIN 500 LAT GRAM & COMP AUT/ AUT/ Grammar and Composition LATIN 501 VERGIL AUT/ AUT/ Vergil

15 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 285 LATIN 502 HORACE AUT/ AUT/ Horace LATIN 503 PLAUTUS & TERENCE AUT/ AUT/ Plautus and Terence: Early Republican Literature LATIN 504 PHILOSOPHY AT ROME AUT/ AUT/ Philosophy at Rome LATIN 506 CICERO AUT/ AUT/ Cicero LATIN 508 SILVER LATIN LIT AUT/ AUT/ Silver Latin Literature LATIN 510 ROMAN HISTORIANS AUT/ AUT/ Y Roman Historians LATIN 512 AUGUSTAN POETRY SPR/ AUT/ Y Augustan Poetry LAST UPDT:12/03/02 APPROVED: 2/28/92 COMMENT:CHG MAX. CREDITS LATIN 520 SEMINAR AUT/ AUT/ Y Seminar LATIN 540 TOPICS LAT LIT HIST AUT/ AUT/ Topics in Latin Literary History LAST UPDT: 2/03/06 APPROVED:12/15/05 COMMENT:INCRS MAX CR LATIN 565 SEMINAR IN ROME SPR/ AUT/ Y Seminar in Rome LAST UPDT: 0/00/00 APPROVED: 1/01/87

16 TIME: 20:10:04 DETAILED CURRICULUM REPORT PAGE: 286 LATIN 590 SUPERVISED STUDY SPR/ AUT/ Y Supervised Study LAST UPDT:11/06/98 APPROVED: 3/01/71 LATIN 600 INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH WIN/ AUT/ Independent Study or Research LAST UPDT: 4/19/10 APPROVED: 1/01/70

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