Independent Study In Classics

Independent Study In Classics

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An independent investigation of a topic, usually outside of or in considerably greater depth than available in the regular course offerings in Greek and/or Roman language, literature, history, or culture. The course is designed for advanced undergraduate students under the supervision of a faculty member, and usually takes the form of directed readings, writing, and discussion, with tutorial meetings with the instructor no less than once a week. An advanced undergraduate research paper or equivalent project is the standard product of the course. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 credits. Prereq: advanced undergraduate experience in Classics and permission of the instructor.


Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
CLA 395-001 1.0-3.0 TBD David G. Hunter
CLA 395-002 1.0-3.0 TBD Robert J Rabel
CLA 395-003 1.0-3.0 TBD B F Holle
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