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CLAS 450 Topics in Classical Studies

Faculty: Classics Faculty
Content: Serious scholarly study of some specific topic or area within classical studies. Topics may include Greek or Roman archaeology, architecture, art, epic or lyric poetry, comedy, history, music, tragedy, philosophy, political theory, religion, or ancient science, or else comparative study of some aspect of ancient Greek or Roman culture with others. May be taken twice for credit with change of topic.
Prerequisites: CLAS 201 or 202.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Every third year, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Religious Studies

http://docs.lclark.edu/undergraduate/religiousstudies/

...is a 450-level seminar. CLAS 314 Topography and Monuments of Athens and CLAS 325...

Classics

http://docs.lclark.edu/undergraduate/classicalstudies/

...or CLAS 202 Introduction to Ancient Roman Thought and Culture and culminates in CLAS 450...