Graduate Classics (CLAS)
The minimum prerequisite for 50000-69999 level courses is graduate standing. Additional prerequisites may apply and are listed in this catalog.
50793 Variable Title Workshop in Classics (1-6)
Workshops individually designed to provide instruction and training in specific areas of classical studies. S/U grading. Prerequisite: special approval.
51006 Roman History (3)
(Cross-listed with HIST 51006) A survey of Roman history from its beginnings to the fall of the Roman Empire.
51092 Field Experience in Classics (1-4)
Travel-based study/field experience in Classics at a site or sites away from Kent State University under the supervision of members of the Classics faculty. The primary purpose is the observation and study of artifacts, monuments and sites which pertain to Classical antiquity. Examples of travel/study include field trips to museums, study trips to Rome or other cites and participation in an archaeological field school. The course may be repeated for a maximum of 7 hours if the destination differs. Special fee: actual cost.
51095 Special Topics in Classics (3)
Topic announced in the schedule of classes. Repeatable for a total of 6 credit hours.
51097 Colloquium in Classics (3)
Detailed study of an aspect of antiquity that engages issues of current interest, for example, Women in Antiquity, Ancient Christianity, Multiculturalism in Antiquity.
51301 Classical Mythology (3)
Assessment of major streams of ancient mythology stressing broad humanistic concepts of religion, philosophy and literature.
51401 Greek Archaeology and Art (3)
(Cross-listed with ARTH 52031) Introduction to archaeology of the Greek world with emphasis on recent discoveries and their impact on the study of Greek art, architecture and sculpture through the Hellenistic period.
51402 Roman Archaeology and Art (3)
(Cross-listed with ARTH 52032) Introduction to archaeology of the Roman world with emphasis on recent discoveries and their impact on the study of Etruscan and Roman art, architecture and sculpture through the Imperial period.
51403 Roman Civilization (3)
Extensive reading and reporting on phases of Roman public and private life.
51503 Greek Literature in Translation (3)
Major works of Greek literature studied in their historical context and by genre; knowledge of Greek not required.