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2016-2017 Courses

Course descriptions are provisional; final versions of course syllabi will be made available to students in the first class.

All course timetable and selection information for 2016-17 is now available in the SOLUS Student Centre.

Courses Offered in 2016-17

Classical Studies  (CLST)

102* - Introduction to Greek Civilization (F)          *CLST 101 is no longer offered; it has been divided
103* - Introduction to Roman Civilization (W)         into halves & replaced by CLST 102 & 103       
129 - Introduction to Archaeology (F/W)
200 - Greek History (F)
201 - Roman History (W)
203 - Myth and Religion (W)
205 - Ancient Humour (F)
214 - Ancient Science (F)
304 - Archaeology of the Classical World and the Hellenistic Period (F)
305 - Archaeology of the Etruscans and Early Romans (F)
311 - Greek and Roman Eric (F)
314 - Doctor, Bloodletter, Surgeon: the Beginnings of Western Medicine (W)
335 - The Hellenistic Successor Kingdoms to the Death of Cleopatra (W)
340 - The Roman Republic (F)
343 - The Later Roman Empire (W)
351 - Digital Photogrammetry (W)
405 - The Topography of Rome (W)
410 - Topics in Greek Scholarship I: Ancient Mathematics (W)
409 - Archaeology Fieldwork Practicum II (Italy) (Summer 2017)
412 & 413 - Archaeology Fieldwork Practicum IIIa & b (The Balkans) (Summer 2017)

Greek  (GREK)

112 - Introductory Greek (F/W)
208 - Intermediate Greek (F/W)
321 - Greek Prose (F)
421 - Advanced Greek Prose (F)
(3rd- and 4th-level GREK courses are taught concurrently)
322 - Greek Verse (W)
422 - Advanced Greek Verse (W)
(3rd- and 4th-level GREK courses are taught concurrently)

Latin  (LATN)

110 - Introductory Latin (F/W)
209 - Intermediate Latin (F/W)
321 - Latin Prose (F)
421 - Advanced Latin Prose (F)
(3rd- and 4th-level LATN courses are taught concurrently)
322 - Latin Verse (W)
422 - Advanced Latin Verse (W)
(3rd- and 4th-level LATN courses are taught concurrently)

Please also see Classics course offerings through Queen's Arts & Science Continuing and Distance Studies.

For a full listing of all courses offered by the Department of Classics please see the Arts and Science Calendar.