Classical Mythology - CLA 101
The Greek and Latin Roots of English - CLA 110
Greek Civilization - CLA 201
Roman Civilization - CLA 203
Intensive Latin - LAT 107
Advanced readings in Latin Literature - LAT 316
The Department of Classical and Oriental Studies at Hunter College of the City University of New York, located at 68th Street and Lexington Avenue in New York City, announces the following course offerings for the summer of 2014. Please note that there are three separate sessions of courses offered at Hunter. Classics offers a variety of courses during each session, none of which are writing intensive.
FIRST SESSION (2 June-10 July)
Classical Mythology (three sections) CLA 101 - A survey of Greek and Roman myth as represented in ancient art and literature, with emphasis on modern interpretations and theories.
1) M, TU, W, TH 8:00-9:34 AM
2) M, TU, W, TH 5:45-7:19 PM
3) M, TU, W, TH 9:50-11:24 AM
Greek and Latin Roots of English (Two sections) CLA 110 - Study of the elements of language structure; how languages work; elements of Latin and Greek in English vocabulary.
1) M, TU, W, TH 8:00-9:34 AM
2) M, TU, W, TH 7:45-9:19 PM
Greek Civilization CLA 201 - Survey of ancient Greek culture: art and literature, religion, philosophy, economics, politics, education, and athletics.
TU, TH 11:40 AM-2:48 PM
Roman Civilization CLA 203 - Survey of ancient Roman culture: art and literature, law, architecture, engineering, economics, popular culture, leisure activities.
M, W 11:40 AM-2:48 PM
FIRST SESSION-10 WEEKS (2 June-7 August)
Intensive Latin LAT 107 - An intensive course in beginning Latin that introduces the basics of the Latin language, including vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. The course will prepare students to read annotated selections of authentic Latin texts with understanding. Students will also gain experience with writing, listening to, and speaking Latin as well. (Equivalent to LAT 101 and Latin 102 at Hunter College).
M, TU, W, TH 8:00- 10:00 AM
SECOND SESSION (14 July-14 August)
Advanced Readings in Latin Literature (July 17-August 14) LAT 316 – LAT 316 – The topic of this reading course in Latin will be Roman Religion. The course will consider Roman Religion through a variety of readings in Latin. This course is for undergraduates.
M, W, TH 5:15-7:15 PM
This schedule is tentative and subject to change. For the most current information, visit Hunter’s Searchable Schedule of Classes:
Brief course descriptions can be found by going to the Undergraduate or Graduate catalogue:
http://catalog.hunter.cuny.edu/, and then choose the appropriate catalog in the drop-down menu, upper-right; click on “School of Arts and Sciences” (left menu), then on “Classical and Oriental Studies,” then on “Programs and Courses,” and finally on individual courses for more details.
Hunter College Students should be advised that the courses offered during the summer sessions are not Writing Intensive and thus cannot be applied to the W requirement.
Questions also may be directed to the Classics Program at 212-772-4960 (secretary, Millie Arias, firstname.lastname@example.org) and Adele Haft (email@example.com), Classics Division Chair.
General information on the summer session at Hunter can be found at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/summer/info. Matriculating and non-matriculating students are welcome to register for courses. Non-matriculating students will have to apply to Hunter College to become “Non-degree students” using a basic application. The deadline to submit these applications so that a student can enroll in a summer course is April 1st. Information on becoming a non-degree student at Hunter can be found at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/ugprospects/getting-in/Applying/Non_Degree.
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