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Classics: major and minor with some other musical ruminations. by Eric Blom

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Published by Da Capo Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Music -- History and criticism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesDa Capo Press music reprint series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML60 .B664 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 212 p.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5094455M
ISBN 100306702932
LC Control Number74166098

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Majors and Minors Majors and Minors. The program offers majors and minors in Classics, as well as Subject Matter Competence for the Latin Teaching Credential. Here is a link to the College of Liberal Arts Advising website with information on checklists, procedures, forms, and degree progress.. Checklists for Classics. Roman Civilization Major. The minor in Greek allows students to gain an in-depth knowledge of ancient Greek language, literature and civilization. Minors can take full advantage of the Classics department's vibrant intellectual community and can, if they wish, participate in the department's undergraduate seminar. Welcome to the Department of Classics at the University of Virginia. The Department has been educating students in Greek and Latin language, literature, and culture since the University was founded. The Department has been educating students in Greek and Latin language, literature, and culture since the University was founded. Students may complete a minor in Classics with an emphasis in classical civilization, Greek, or Latin. All three emphases require 18 hours of courses taught within the department. All three emphases require 18 hours of courses taught within the department.

Students in both majors need to learn at least one of the classical languages, but the Classics major puts more emphasis on reading texts in the original. In both majors, courses are grouped around three broad conceptual categories, which foreground different analytical tools and facets of antiquity. Greek Language & Literature. The Greek Language and Literature minor requires two semesters of intensive Greek language, one upper-level Greek course, and Classics (Greek Civilization) or Classics (The Golden Age of Greece) or another course on Greek history and culture. A minimum of twelve (12) semester hours in classical civilization, Greek, or Latin. The minor in classical civilization requires no knowledge of Greek or Latin and may consist of any four courses listed under departmental offerings in classical civilization and literature; however, with the approval of the department, appropriate courses in Greek and Latin may be included in this program. One of the most prestigious degrees at the University of Arizona, Classics boasts a high number of top-performing graduates. Classics studies the ancient Mediterranean world from approximately B.C.E. to approximately C.E., with particular emphasis on the civilizations of Greece and Rome and their reciprocal relations with the surrounding societies of the Near East, Egypt, North Africa.