Graduate Student Resources

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Graduate Student

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to Latin Prose

The Department of Classics & Religious Studies offers no graduate programs, but does offer graduate credits. Here are our graduate courses:

Classics (CLAS)

  • 806 Second Temple Judaism (RELG 806)(3 cr)
  • 807 Early Christianity (HIST 307/807, CLAS/RELG 307) (3 cr)
  • 809 Religion of Late Western Antiquity (HIST 809, CLAS/RELG/HIST 409) (3 cr)
  • 810 Gnosticism (CLAS/RELG 410) (3 cr)
  • 838 Topics in Old World Prehistory (ANTH 838, ANTH/CLAS 438) (3 cr) Prereq: 12 hours of anthropology.
  • 883 Classical Drama (ENGL 440/840, CLAS 483) (3 cr)

Hebrew (HEBR)

  • 896 Reading and Research (1-24 cr) Prereq: Permission.

Religious Studies (RELG)

  • 889 Medieval Literature and Theology (ENGL 489/889, RELG 489) (3 cr)

Greek (GREK)

  • 891 Topics in Greek Prose (3 cr, max 24) (GREK 491) Repeatable
  • 892 Topics in Greek Poetry (3 cr, max 24) (GREK 492) Repeatable
  • 896 Reading and Research (1-6 cr) Prereq: Permission.
  • 899 Masters Thesis (6-10 cr) Prereq: Admission to masters degree program and permission of major advisor.
  • 961-962 Seminar in Greek Literature (1-6 cr each)

Latin (LATN)

  • 851 St. Augustine's Confessions (3 cr) Prereq: LATN 302.
  • 856 Latin of the Middle Ages (LATN 456) (3 cr)
  • 891 Topics in Latin Prose (LATN 491) (3 cr, max 24) Repeatable.
  • 892 Topics in Latin Poetry (LATN 492) (3 cr, max 24) Repeatable.
  • 896 Reading and Research (1-24 cr) Prereq: Permission.
  • 899 Masters Thesis (6-10 cr) Prereq: Admission to masters degree program and permission of major advisor.
  • 941-942 Seminar in Latin Literature (1-24 cr)