Classics

CAMS 1103: Classical Mythology

Course Description: (Sample Course Syllabus)
Three credits. Origin, nature, and function of myth in the literature and art of Greece and Rome and the re-interpretation of classical myth in modern art forms. Only offered on an exceptional basis, by an instructor who has worked closely with Prof. Roger Travis at UConn.

Semester offered: Fall, Spring or Full-Year. 

Course Eligibility Guidelines for CAMS 1103:

Instructor consent is required.


CAMS 3101: Topics in Advanced Greek

Course Description:
Three credits. Not open for credit to students who have had three or more years of Greek in high school, except with Departmental consent. With a change in content, may be repeated for credit. Involves reading in Greek. Reading of Ancient Greek texts in the original.

Semester offered: Fall, Spring or Full-Year

Course Eligibility Guidelines for CAMS 3101:

Successful completion of two semesters of accelerated elementary Greek or the equivalent is required.


CAMS 3102: Topics in Advanced Latin

Course Description:
Three credits. With a change in content, may be repeated for credit. Reading of Latin texts in the original.

Semester offered: Fall, Spring or Full-Year

Course Eligibility Guideline for CAMS 3102:

Successful completion of three or more years of high school Latin (Latin 1-3 at the high school level) or the equivalent is required.


Instructor Certification Requirements:

The minimum degree requirement for teachers wishing to teach Early College Experience classics courses is usually a Master's of Arts in Classics or a related field. A candidate with a Master's in Education is usually not considered for college-level teaching in classics.

Instructor Resources: 

CAMS 1103 Sample Syllabus
CAMS 3102 Sample Syllabus