Academic Calendar 2021-2022

Classical Studies – Medial (Arts) – Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

Plans of study for students who were admitted to a Classical Studies Plan after May 1, 2015
CLST[----]-A or [----]CLST-A (where [----] is a second subject of study)
Subject:  Administered by the Department of Classics.
Plan:  Consists of 42.0 units as described below.
Program:  *The Plan, in combination with a Medial Plan in another subject, and with sufficient electives to total 120.0 units (114.0 units for students admitted prior to September 2017), will lead to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree.

1. Core
A. Complete the following:
CLST 102
CLST 103
Introduction to Greek Civilization
and Introduction to Roman Civilization
B. Complete the following:
CLST 200
CLST 201
Greek History
and Roman History
2. Option
A. CLST at the 400 level3.00
B. (CLST; GREK; LATN; CLST_Subs) at the 300 or 400 level9.00
C. ( CLST; GREK; LATN; CLST_Subs) at the 200 level6.00
D. (CLST; GREK; LATN; CLST_Subs) at the 100 level or above12.00
*Elective Courses78.00
Total Units120.00

3. Notes

A. It is recommended that courses numbered at the 100 level be taken early in the program (in first or second year).

B. A maximum of 6.0 units from courses offered by other Faculties and Schools may be counted toward the program and/or Plan Requirements. This includes courses in BMED, COMM, GLPH, LAW, NURS and courses in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. 

Classical Studies Course List

The following list contains courses offered through other Departments. In accordance with Academic Regulation 2.5 (Access to Classes), students do not have enrolment priority in all of these courses. Access to these courses may only be made available during the Open Enrolment period, and then only if space permits.


Classical Studies Substitutions
ARTH 212Medieval Art3.00
ARTH 214Renaissance Art and Architecture before 15003.00
ARTH 215Renaissance Art and Architecture After 15003.00
GPHY 341Photogrammetry3.00
HIST 215Sport and the Spectacle of Violence from Antiquity to the Renaissance3.00
HIST 218Byzantium3.00
HIST 225The Early Middle Ages3.00
HIST 255Renaissance and Reformation Europe3.00
HIST 3323.00
LLCU 201Introduction to Romance Philology3.00
LLCU 210Italy and the Classical Tradition3.00
PHIL 233Greek Philosophy3.00
PHIL 328Ancient Philosophy3.00
RELS 212Mythology of the Ancient Near East3.00
RELS 228Sages, Scholars and Rabbis3.00
RELS 321Greek and Roman Religions3.00