Complementary Courses

Many undergraduates take Classical Studies courses to explore another discipline from the classical point of view. You can gain a wider and larger understanding of many fields through elective courses. Below is a list of courses offered in our department that complement other majors. Not every course will count towards your major - but some might. Talk to your major advisor and consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

Anthropology
  • CLCV 317. Sacred Violence in Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLCV 409. Magic and the Supernatural in the Ancient World
Art and Art History
  • CLCV 217. Greek Archaeology and Art
  • CLCV 218. Roman Archaeology and Art
  • CLCV 314. Urbanism inthe Ancient World
  • CLCV 340. Roman Britain
  • CLCV 341. Roman Greece
  • CLCV 342. Pompeii and Herculaneum
  • CLCV 343. Classical Myth in Ancient Art
  • CLCV 352. Classical Athens
  • CLCV 420. Greek Vase Painting
  • CLCV 425. Ancient Architecture
English
  • CLCV 316. The Voyage of the Hero in Greek and Roman Literature - The Classic Epic
  • CLCV 319. The Birth of the Novel in Antiquity
  • CLCV 451. The Medieval Book
  • GREK 323. Greek Epic Poetry
  • GREK 326. Greek Lyric Poetry
  • GREK 327. Greek Tragedy
  • GREK 328. Greek Comedy
  • GREK 329. The Greek Novel
  • LATN 321. Latin Lyric and Elegiac Poetry
  • LATN 323. Roman Drama
  • LATN 326. Vergil
  • LATN 327. The Roman Novel
  • LATN 329. Medieval Latin
European Studies
  • CLCV 207 Greek Civilization
  • CLCV 208 Roman Civilization
  • CLCV 217. Greek Archaeology and Art
  • CLCV 218. Roman Archaeology and Art
  • CLCV 311. Ancient Greek History
  • CLCV 312 Ancient Roman History
  • GREK 321. Philosophy
  • GREK 322. New Testament
  • GREK 323. Greek Epic Poetry
  • GREK 324. Greek Oratory
  • GREK 325. Greek Historians
  • GREK 326. Greek Lyric Poetry
  • GREK 327. Greek Tragedy
  • GREK 328. Greek Comedy
  • GREK 329. The Greek Novel
  • LATN 321. Latin Lyric and Elegiac Poetry
  • LATN 322. Cicero
  • LATN 323. Roman Drama
  • LATN 324. Roman Satire
  • LATN 325. Roman Historians
  • LATN 326. Vergil
  • LATN 327. The Roman Novel
  • LATN 328. Roman Philosophy
  • LATN 329. Medieval Latin
  • CLCV 340. Roman Britain
  • CLCV 341. Roman Greece
  • CLCV 315. Women in Antiquity
  • CLCV 316. The Voyage of the Hero in Greek and Roman Literature - The Classic Epic
  • CLCV 317. Sacred Violence in Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLCV 318 Ancient Laughter: Comedy in Greece and Rome
  • CLCV 319. The Birth of the Novel in Antiquity
  • CLCV 320. Pagans and Christians in the Greco-Roman World
  • CLCV 321 Judaism in the Greco-Roman World
  • CLCV 323. The Late Roman Empire
  • CLCV 325 Alexander the Great
  • CLCV 329. The Invention of History in Writing in Antiquity
  • CLCV 340. Roman Britain
  • CLCV 341. Roman Greece
  • CLCV 350. Greek Religion
  • CLCV 351. Roman Religion
  • CLCV 421. Greek Vase Painting
History
  • CLCV 311. Ancient Greek History
  • CLCV 312. Ancient Roman History
  • CLCV 315. Women in Antiquity
  • CLCV 320. Pagans and Christians in the Roman World
  • CLCV 321. Judaism in the Greco-Roman World
  • CLCV 323. The Late Roman Empire
  • CLCV 325. Alexander the Great
  • CLCV 329. The Invention of History Writing in Antiquity
  • CLCV 412. Food and Drink in the Ancient World
  • GREK 325. Greek Historians
  • LATN 325. Roman Historians
Linguistics
  • GREK 421. Writing in Greek - Greek Prose Composition
  • LATN 421. Writing Latin - Latin Prose Composition
Literary and Cultural Studies
  • CLCV 412. Food and Drink in the Ancient World
Medieval and Rennaisance Studies
  • LATN 329. Medieval Latin
  • LATN 451. The Medieval Book
Philosophy
  • GREK 321. Philosophy
  • LATN 328. Roman Philosophy
  • CLCV 331. Greek Philosophy
Religious Studies
  • CLCV 317. Sacred Violence in Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLCV 321. Judaism in the Greco-Roman World
  • CLCV 350. Greek Religion
  • CLCV 351. Roman Religion
  • CLCV 409. Magic and the Supernatural in the Ancient World
  • GREK 101-102. Elementary Classical and New Testament Greek
Theater, Speech and Dance
  • CLCV 317. Sacred Violence in Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLCV 318. Ancient Laughter: Comedy in Greece and Rome
Women's Studies
  • CLCV 315. Women in Antiquity
  • CLCV 317. Sacred Violence in Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLCV 409. Magic and the Supernatural in the Ancient World