Classical Studies Second Academic Concentration

Classical Studies Second Academic Concentration for Elementary Education with K–6 Teacher Licensure, B.S.

This concentration is designed for students in the Elementary Education and Special Education programs. Much of the subject matter in the concentration (mythology, language and reading study, word origins, history, and culture) is easily adaptable for use with elementary grades students, and the flexibility of the concentration is designed to accommodate the schedules of Elementary Education and Special Education majors.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 18 credit hours

Latin Focus

Select one sequence of the following:
Elementary Latin I
and Elementary Latin II
Elementary Latin Review *
Introduction to Roman Civilization
Mythology
Select 6-9 credits in civilization courses of the following:
Introduction to Roman Archaeology
Comparative Studies in World Epics
Comparative Studies in World Drama
Classical Tragedy
Classical Comedy
Ancient Cities
The Age of Cicero
The Age of Nero
Ancient Cosmology
Roman Law and Society
Roman Myth and Legend

Greek Focus

Required
Elementary Ancient Greek I
Elementary Ancient Greek II
Introduction to Greek Civilization
Mythology
Select 6 credits in civilization courses of the following:
Introduction to Greek Archaeology
Comparative Studies in World Epics
Comparative Studies in World Drama
Classical Tragedy
Classical Comedy
Ancient Cities
The World of Alexander the Great
The Age of Nero
Ancient Cosmology
Roman Myth and Legend

Classical Studies Second Academic Concentration for Special Education: General Curriculum, B.S.

This concentration is designed for students in the Elementary Education and Special Education programs. Much of the subject matter in the concentration (mythology, language and reading study, word origins, history, and culture) is easily adaptable for use with elementary grades students, and the flexibility of the concentration is designed to accommodate the schedules of Elementary Education and Special Education majors.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 18 credit hours

Latin Focus

Select one sequence of the following:
Elementary Latin I
and Elementary Latin II
Elementary Latin Review *
Introduction to Roman Civilization
Mythology
Select 6-9 credits in civilization courses of the following:
Introduction to Roman Archaeology
Comparative Studies in World Epics
Comparative Studies in World Drama
Classical Tragedy
Classical Comedy
Ancient Cities
The Age of Cicero
The Age of Nero
Ancient Cosmology
Roman Law and Society
Roman Myth and Legend

Greek Focus

Required
Elementary Ancient Greek I
Elementary Ancient Greek II
Introduction to Greek Civilization
Mythology
Select 6 credits in civilization courses of the following:
Introduction to Greek Archaeology
Comparative Studies in World Epics
Comparative Studies in World Drama
Classical Tragedy
Classical Comedy
Ancient Cities
The World of Alexander the Great
The Age of Nero
Ancient Cosmology
Roman Myth and Legend