G.E. Courses

Classics Courses that Fulfill G.E. Requirements

Because Classics is such an interdisciplinary field, its courses satisfy many of the university’s General Education requirements while introducing students to the literature, history, religion, philosophy, and everyday life of the ancient Graeco-Roman world.

Courses marked with * apply toward the writing requirement.


Area B: Foreign Language

Number Class Title Units Instructor
GREEK 3 Intermediate Greek 5 Staff
LATIN 3 Intermediate Latin 4 Staff
GREEK 13 Intermediate Modern Greek 4 Staff

Area E: Civilization and Thought

Number Class Title Units Instructor
CLASS 50 Introduction to Classical Archaeology 4 Erickson
CLASS 80A Greek Civilization 4 Staff
CLASS 80B Roman Civilization 4 Staff
CLASS 101 Greek Intellectual History from Homer to Aristotle 4 Staff
CLASS 106* Magic and Medicine in Ancient Greece 4 Staff
CLASS 108 Pagan Religion and Cult in Ancient Rome 4 Hahn
CLASS 150 The Fall of the Ancient Republic: Cicero, Caesar, and Rome 4 Morstein-Marx
CLASS 160 Greek Cities and Sanctuaries 4 Erickson
CLASS 171* Artifact & Text 4 Gallucci

Area F: Arts

Number Class Title Units Instructor
CLASS 102* Greek Tragedy in Translation 4 Staff
CLASS 165 Greek Painting 4 Erickson
CLASS 170 Pompeii 4 Staff

Area G: Literature

Number Class Title Units Instructor
CLASS 36 Ancient Epic and Narrative 4 Staff
CLASS 37A Greek Literature in Translation 4 Staff
CLASS 38* Latin Literature in Translation 4 Staff
CLASS 39* Women in Classical Literature 4 Staff
CLASS 40 Greek Mythology 4 Staff
CLASS 102* Greek Tragedy in Translation 4 Staff
CLASS 109* Viewing the Barbarian: Representations of Foreign Peoples in Greek Literature 4 Dunn
CLASS 110* From Homer to Harlequin: Masculine, Feminine and the Romance 4 Lindheim
CLASS 120 Greek and Latin Lyric Poetry 4 Staff
CLASS 130 Comedy and Satire in Translation 4 Staff
CLASS 175* Ancient Theories of Literature 4 Dunn
GREEK 101 Introduction to Greek Poetry 4 Staff
GREEK 102 Reading in Greek Literature 4 Staff
LATIN 100 Introduction to Latin Prose 4 Staff
LATIN 101 Introduction to Latin Poetry 4 Staff