6 hours from GRK or LAT at the college level, and:
CC 201 - Cultural Life of Ancient Greece
A close, interpretive view of Greek cultural values, customs, and institutions, such as individualism, ideals of beauty, social experimentation, competitiveness, and intellectual curiosity, as evidenced in primary sources.
CC 202 - Cultural Life of Ancient Rome
A close, interpretive view of Roman cultural values, customs, and institutions, such as respect for tradition, rule of law, social responsibility, and technical expertise, as evidenced in primary sources.
CC 301 - Classical Literature in English Translation
Selections from the major works of Greek and Roman literature and their continuing influence on Western literature. Emphasizes prose and poetry in alternate terms. A total of 6 hours of credit may be earned.
CC 305 - Classical Myth and Theory
Major themes of classical myths: creation, the divine and human family, life of the hero, the quest, monsters, etc. Study and employment of modern theories of analysis: myth-ritual, psychological, structuralist, etc. Prerequisite recommended: CC 205.
15 hours from CC, GRK, LAT or from courses on the cultures of the Ancient Mediterranean in other disciplines.
It is strongly recommended that students take CC 105 before taking CC 201 or 202. CC 105 will count toward the 33 hours required for the major. Only 3 credit hours may be earned for the major from CC 101 or 102. Only 6 credit hours may be earned for the major from courses other than CC, GRK, LAT, or HIST. Courses other than CC, GRK, LAT or HIST must be pre-approved by the department chair.
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