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CLST-Classical Studies
CLST 290R
Themes in Classical Civilizations
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010 or ENGH 1005

Explores topics in Classical thought, literature, art, history and philosophy at an introductory level. Emphasizes understanding literature, history and archeological topics through translated primary and secondary sources. Focuses on the basic interpretive skills necessary to relate historical, cultural, and sociological data to classical societies. May be repeated for 6 credits toward graduation.

CLST 490R
Special Topics in Classical Civilizations
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 2010 and University Advanced Standing

Analyzes literary, historical, archeological, religious and cultural texts and art work from Classical societies. Emphasizes understanding of the social,cultural and political forces which operate on a culture's writers, artists and major contributors. May be repeated with different topics for 6 credits toward graduation.