Undergraduate Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Classics

The Bachelor of Arts in Classics is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with the means to explore the ancient cultures of the Mediterranean and Near East, including Egypt.

The Department of Classics offers the following degrees and programs.

  • B.A. in Classics
  • Minor in Classics
  • Minor in Modern Greek Studies
  • Teaching Credential Single Subject Latin
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Class Schedule: Spring 2018

CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
*CLAR 250 Archaeology of the Ancient World
 CLAR 425B Roman Art and Archaeology
*CLAR 500 Egyptian Civilization
 CLAR 570/870 Archaic Greece
 CLAR 699/899 Independent Study
   
CLASSICS  
*CLAS 230 Ancient Epic Tales
*CLAS 240 Greek & Roman Drama
*CLAS 260 Greek & Roman Mythology
*CLAS 415B Ancient Roman Literature
ACLAS 690/890 Edit & Publish Classics Journal
 CLAS 697 Honors Thesis
 CLAS 699/899 Independent Study
 CLAS 720

The Tradition of Nature
in Greco-Roman Culture

 CLAS 896/896EXM Directed Reading: Classics
 CLAS 898 Master's Thesis/Creative Work
   
GREEK  
 GRE 202 Intermediate Ancient Greek
AGRE 445/745 Greek Drama I
 GRE 699/899 Independent Study
   
LATIN  
 LATN 202 Intermediate Latin
ALATN 450/750 Roman Drama
 LATN 699/899 Independent Study
   
MODERN GREEK STUDIES
*MGS 151 Modern Greek II
 MGS 350B Greece and the Balkans
 MGS 699 Independent Study
   
*Approved for General Education
APaired  
BCross-listed  
CTentatively Scheduled
   
N.B.  This is a tentative schedule, and is subject to change.

 

Spring Lecture Series

2017: The 25th Annual Spring Lecture Series: Society on Display: Celebration, Procession and Protest

 

  • A Journey in Triumph, A Journey in Sorrow: Two Exiles Return to Rome
  • Gateways to Rome: Architecture and Topographical Display in Aeneid 6 and 7
  • The Voice of the People in Latin Epic and Tragedy
  • Festival and Spectacle: Processions in the Early Greek World

Advising Resource Center

The College of Liberal & Creative Arts established the student Advising Resource Center (ARC) to provide multiple support services to students. You can receive information regarding requirements for your degree, petitions, financial aid, tutoring, student clubs, events, careers and much more.

Advising Resource Center

Student Forum

The Classics Students Association is pleased to announce this year's Student Forum.  The Student Forum offers an opportunity for students of the ancient world, both from SFSU and from the Bay Area community, to present their research to their peers and faculty.

The Student Forum took place 10am-2pm on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in HUM 288.  Food and drink were provided.

  • "Proto Femism in the Lysistrata" by Perry Fenton
  • "Living with Uncertainty: A Proposal for the Deconstruction of Bronze Age Frescoes" by Victoria Hodges
  • "You Can Bilocate: Uncanny Movement on Greek Vaces" by Andrew Love
  • "Animal Imagery in Alcman's Parthenion 1" by Kathleen Narayan
  • "Dyonysian Mimesis: Cross Dressing and the Symposium" by Stephanie Polos

For more information, please contact the Classics Students Association at csa.sfstate@gmail.com.

Minor in Modern Greek Studies

http://moderngreekstudies.sfsu.edu

modgreek@sfsu.edu

Advisors: Martha Klironomos (mkliro@sfsu.edu), David Leitao (dleitao@sfsu.edu)

Total Units for the Minor: 17-19 units

Study Abroad Opportunities

  • Pompeii, Italy, Archaeological Internship Programme
  • Archaeological Institute of America Summer programs and/or excavations
  • Summer Program in Rome: Latin, Archaeology, Roman Pottery
  • College Year in Athens
  • And More...