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Classical Western Civilization

Classical Western Civilization

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Learn about how the great gifts of Western civilization pay dividends in our day and age.

GenEd Requirement Abbreviations

SS - Social & Behavioral Sciences
HUM - Humanities & The Arts
WCC - Western/Comparitive Cultures

NW - Non-Western Cultures
US - US Minority Cultures
LibEd - Liberal Education


All courses listed can be used for Free Electives.
Outstanding instructors are from the List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent.

Course # Course Name Instructor Satisfies Hours
ARTH 217

Development of Ancient Cities

Monuments and archaeological remains illustrating the development of the Greek and Roman city (polis). Pre-req:Sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

Same as CLCV 231.

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTOR
S. Stewart

HUM, LibEd, WCC

3

CLCV 115

Mythology of Greece and Rome

Studies the major myths of Greece and Rome and their impact upon later art, music, and literature. Shares two hours of lecture with CLCV 111; additional hour of lecture-discussion for a closer analysis of topics. Credit is not given for both CLCV 115 and CLCV 111.

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTORS
J. Solomon

HUM, WCC

3

PHIL 203

Ancient Philosophy

Introduction to ancient philosophy, concentrating on Plato and Aristotle, dealing with such topics as metaphysics, ethics, and the theory of knowledge.

HUM,
LibEd

4