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Summer 2014 Courses


SUMMER SESSION I - June 2 to July 7

Classics Courses

CLA 3381-F1, Medical Terminology, MTWRF 11:30am - 1:00pm, Morrison 120

Dr. David White

Study of the medical vocabulary of English, based upon Greek and Latin prefixes, stems, and suffixes.

Greek Courses

GKC 1301-F1, Elementary Greek, MTWRF, 8:00-11:15 am, Morrison 330

Dr. Simon Burris

The basic elements of Classical and Koine Greek grammar and culture, emphasizing both Classical and New Testament authors.

This course is part of the Baylor Intensive Greek program. Please contact the department for assistance with special enrolloment procedures if you plan to take both 1301 and 1302.

GKC 1302-F1, Elementary Greek II, MTWRF, 8:00-11:15am, Morrison 330

Dr. Timothy Heckenlively

The continuation of GKC 1301.

This course is part of the Baylor Intensive Greek program. Please contact the department for assistance with special enrolloment procedures if you plan to take both 1301 and 1302.

Latin Courses

LAT 1301-F1, Elementary Latin, MTWRF, 9:45-11:15 am, Morrison 103

STAFF

The basic elements of classical Latin grammar and Roman culture, with readings emphasizing ethics, history, morality, philosophy, and mythology.

LAT 5321-F1, Latin Grammar for Reading Knowledge, 1:15-2:45pm, Morrison 313

Dr. David White

Intensive study of Latin inflection and syntax. Helps fulfill graduate language proficiency requirement.

SUMMER SESSION II - July 9 to August 12

Classics Courses

CLA 3380-S1, Classical Mythology, MTWRF 11:30am - 1:00pm, Morrison 120

Dr. Ken Jones

Detailed study of the myths of the Greeks and Romans; Greek and Roman personal religion and folklore. (No credit toward the foreign language requirement.)

Latin Courses

LAT 1302-S1, Elementary Latin II, MTWRF, 9:45-11:15am, Morrison 103

Dr. Simon Burris

Prerequisites: LAT 1301 or two units of high school Latin.

Continuation of LAT 1301.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

CLA 3321-1A, Topography of Rome and Pompeii

Dr. Alden Smith

Detailed study of the buildings and monuments of Ancient Rome and Pompeii. Readings include primary sources and analyses of excavated material.

This course is part of the Baylor in Italy program. Contact the department for additional details. Departmental approval required for enrollment.

CLA 3380-1A, Classical Mythology

Dr. Joseph DiLuzio

Detailed study of the myths of the Greeks and Romans; Greek and Roman personal religion and folklore. (No credit toward the foreign language requirement.)

This course is part of the Baylor in Turkey and Greece program. Contact the department for additional details. Departmental approval required for enrollment.

CLA 3380-2A, Classical Mythology

Dr. Jeff Hunt

Detailed study of the myths of the Greeks and Romans; Greek and Roman personal religion and folklore. (No credit toward the foreign language requirement.)

This course is part of the Baylor in Italy program. Contact the department for additional details. Departmental approval required for enrollment.

CLA 4311-1A, Archaeology of Greece

Dr. Joseph DiLuzio

Study of the monuments, art, and topographical archaeology of Greece from the Bronze Age through Late Antiquity.

This course is part of the Baylor in Turkey and Greece program. Contact the department for additional details. Departmental approval required for enrollment.

LAT 3351-1A, Roman Comedy

Dr. Alden Smith

Prerequisites: LAT 2310 and 2320 or equivalent

Selected plays of Plautus and Terence.

This course is part of the Baylor in Italy program. Contact the department for additional details. Departmental approval required for enrollment.

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