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Greek, Latin, and Ancient Mediterranean Studies

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Sample First and Second Year Programs

For students beginning the major as first-year students

Courses typically taken by a first year GLAM major:

Fall Spring
Hum 110  Hum 110
Latin 110 Latin 110
Group requirement Greek 111
Group requirement

 

 Courses typically taken by a second year GLAM major:

Fall Spring
Greek 112 or Latin 110 Greek 210 or Latin 110
Latin 210 Latin 210
Classics 371 or 373  English literature (200 level) or other non-classics literature (300 level)
Hum 2XX or Group III course Hum 2XX or Group III course

 

For students beginning the major as sophomores

Courses typically taken in the sophomore year:                      

Fall Spring
Greek 112 or Latin 110 Greek 111 or Latin 110
Classics 371 or 373 Classics 381, 382, or 383
English literature (200 level) or other non-classics literature (300 level)  English literature (200 level) or other non-classics literature (300 level) 
Hum 2XX or Group III course  Hum 2XX or Group III course

 

 Courses typically taken in the junior year:

Fall Spring
Greek or Latin 210 Greek or Latin 210
Latin 110 or Greek 112 Latin 110 or Greek 111
Classics 3XX Classics 3XX
Course from Division of the Arts

 

Off-campus Study Options

The Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, one of Reed's approved programs, offers GLAM students a semester in Rome, Italy, normally during the junior year. All students at the Intercollegiate Center take a core course called "The Ancient City," which covers aspects of social and urban Roman history, Roman topography and archaeology, and Roman civilization. Additional courses students may take include Latin, Greek, and Italian as well as Renaissance and Baroque Art History. The College Year in Athens, another Reed approved program, offers students either a semester or a year in Athens, Greece, normally during the junior year. This program offers a variety of courses in ancient Greek history and culture. Additional courses students may take include Latin, ancient Greek, modern Greek, and modern Greek politics and economics. Other Reed programs open to GLAM students include: the exchange programs with Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork in Ireland, the Oxford University Program, and exchange programs with the University of East Anglia and Sussex University in England, Sarah Lawrence College, Howard University, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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