Changes to Classics Course Numbers

The Classics Undergraduate program has been revamped to institute a systematic progression from 100 to 200 to 300 level courses. Please check the calendar for restrictions to make sure that the course is open to students with credit in previous courses that are no longer available. If you have any questions, please contact the department or a Classics Advisor.

New Course Numbers

CLASS 103 - Intro to Ancient Greece
CLASS 104 - Intro to Ancient Rome
CLASS 254 - Intro to Greek Art & Archaeology
CLASS 255 - Intro to Roman Art & Archaeology
CLASS 280 - Intro to Ancient Greek History
CLASS 281 - Intro to Roman History
CLASS 303 - Religion in Greco-Roman Antiquity
CLASS 354 - Topics in Greek Civilization
CLASS 355 - Topics in Roman Civilization
CLASS 358 - Topic in the Methodology, Theory & Practice of Classical Archaeology
CLASS 360 - Ancient Historiography

Courses that no longer exist

CLASS 252 - Ancient Art & Archaeology
CLASS 270 - Greek Civilization
CLASS 271 - Roman Civilization
CLASS 352 - Greek Art
CLASS 353 - Roman Art
CLASS 365 - Early Roman History
CLASS 366 - History of the Late Roman Republic
CLASS 371 - History of Ancient Greece I
CLASS 372 - History of Ancient Greece II
CLASS 373 - History of Ancent of Greece III
CLASS 378 - History of the Roman Empire I
CLASS 379 - History of hte Roman Empire II