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Course Regulations Q8V7 Classical Civilisation with Philosophy

Three years full-time study leading to the degree of BA (Honours) in Classical Civilisation with Philosophy (Q8V7) or of BA (Pass) in Classical Civilisation with Philosophy (Q8V5).

Degree credits weighting:

Year 1: 0%, Year 2: 50%, Year 3: 50%

Year One

120 CATS in total. You are required to pass ALL modules in order to proceed to Honours.

  • Core Modules: Roman Culture and Society (CX110-30); Greek Culture and Society (CX109-30); Reason, Argument and Analysis (PH146-15); Introduction to Ancient Philosophy (PH140-15)
  • Optional Core Module: Latin OR Ancient Greek at the appropriate level: Latin Language (CX115-30); Latin Language and Literature (CX101-30); Latin Literary Texts (CX136-30); Greek Language (CX120-30); Greek Language and Literature (CX126-30); Greek Literary Texts (CX106-30)

Year Two

120 CATS: 90 CATS (3 modules) from Classics & Ancient History AND 30 CATS (1 module) from Philosophy. Students may request permission to take 2 modules (60 CATS) from Classics & Ancient History and 60 CATS from Philosophy.

  • Core Module: Hellenistic World (CX251-30)
  • Core Module: History of Modern Philosophy (PH201-30)

  • Optional Core Module: ONE of the following: CX215-30 Latin Language; CX201-30 Latin Language & Literature; CX236-30 Latin Literary Texts; CX220-30 Greek Language; CX226 Greek Language & Literature; CX206 Greek Literary Texts; CX210 Politics & Poetics in Greek & Latin Literature; CX261 Humanism & Early Modern Latin Texts (prerequisite: Latin Literary Texts); CX267-30 Ancient Greek Theatre; CX264-30 Vulnerable Body; Sexuality & Gender in Antiquity (CX247-30); Space and Place in Greek Literature (CX 269-30); Roman Laughter (CX 268-30); Rhetorics: from classical Rhetoric to modern communication (CX2**-30)
  • Optional Module: ONE of the following: CX232-30 Art & Architecture; CX255-30 Transformation of Roman Society; CX257-30 History of Medicine; CX248-30 City of Rome; CX263-30 Roman Empire from Antoninus Pius to Constantine; CX214-30 Greek Religion; CX209-30 Roman Near East; CX235-30 Democracy and Imperialism; Food & Drink in the Ancient Mediterranean (CX252-30); Receptions of Antiquity: East and West (CX211-30); Roman Economy (CX260-30); The Roman Empire from Tiberius to Hadrian (CX244-30); From Confucius to Constantine: Ancient Global History (CX270-30); Coinage of Greece & Rome (CX246-30); Domestic Space in the Roman World (CX254-30); Principles and Methods of Classical Archaeology (CX233-30); OR an additional module from the optional core list (above)

Year Three

120 CATS: 120 CATS (4 modules) from Classics & Ancient History. Students may request permission to take 30 or 60 CATS from Philosophy.

  • Core Module: Dissertation (CX303-30)
  • Optional Core Module: one of the following: CX315-30 Latin Language; CX301-30 Latin Language & Literature; CX336-30 Latin Literary Texts; CX320-30 Greek Language; CX326 Greek Language & Literature; CX306 Greek Literary Texts; CX310 Politics & Poetics in Greek & Latin Literature; CX361 Humanism & Early Modern Latin Texts (prerequisite: Latin Literary Texts); CX367-30 Ancient Greek Theatre; CX364-30 Vulnerable Body; Sexuality & Gender in Antiquity (CX347-30); Space and Place in Greek Literature (CX 369-30); Roman Laughter (CX 368-30); Rhetorics: from classical Rhetoric to modern communication (CX3**-30)
  • Optional Core Module: one module from Philosophy
  • Optional Modules: one of the following: CX332-30 Art & Architecture; CX355 Transformation of Roman Society; CX357 History of Medicine; CX348 City of Rome; CX363 Roman Empire from Antoninus Pius to Constantine; CX314 Greek Religion; CX309 Roman Near East; CX335-30 Democracy and Imperialism; Food & Drink in the Ancient Mediterranean (CX352-30); Receptions of Antiquity: East and West (CX311-30); Roman Economy (CX360-30); The Roman Empire from Tiberius to Hadrian (CX344-30); From Confucius to Constantine: Ancient Global History (CX370-30); Coinage of Greece & Rome (CX346-30); Domestic Space in the Roman World (CX354-30);Principles and Methods of Classical Archaeology (CX333-30);OR an additional module from the optional core list (above)

Please note that not all modules are available every year.