University of Calgary

Degree Programs

Submitted by dpfitzsi on Tue, 01/22/2008 - 14:18.

The Department of Greek and Roman offers the following degree programs:  

  

Undergraduate Programs:

BA in Greek and Roman Studies 
BA Honours in Greek and Roman Studies 
Minor in Greek and Roman Studies

BA in Ancient and Medieval History 

BA Honours in Ancient and Medieval History 

BA Co-operative Education Programs in Greek and Roman Studies and Ancient and Medieval History 
BA Honours Co-operative Education Programs in Greek and Roman Studies and Ancient and Medieval History 

Minors in Greek or Latin  

 


Graduate Programs:

Master of Arts (MA), thesis-based (full-time)

  • Greek and Roman Studies 603 Language Study and Research Techniques (first year);
  • Greek and Roman Studies 605 Research Survey and Bibliography (first term of second year);
  • Four other seminar half-courses taken in the first year of the program ;
  • An examination in translation, with dictionary, from French or German or Italian into English;
  • A thesis of about 20,000 words, with oral examination.

Master of Arts (MA), course-based (full-time or part-time)

  • Greek and Roman Studies 603 Language Study and Research Techniques (first year);
  • Eight other half-courses;
  • An examination in translation, with dictionary, from French or German or Italian into English ;
  • A general oral examination.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

  • Applications are not yet accepted online. Please contact the Graduate Coordinator as early as possible for advice on the application procedure.

Graduate Courses

  • Greek and Roman Studies 601: Graduate Seminar.
  • Greek and Roman Studies 603: Language Study and Research Techniques.
  • Greek and Roman Studies 605: Research Survey and Bibliography .
  • Greek and Roman Studies 607: Directed Studies.
  • Greek 601: Graduate Seminar in Greek Texts.
  • Latin 601: Graduate Seminar in Latin Texts.

* Recent Seminar topics have included Greek tragic texts, Greek epic, Religion in Roman Britain, Boethius, Neo-Latin Descriptions of Canada and First Nations, Reconstructing Ancient Greek Societies and Economies, Alexander the Great, Thebes in Roman Literature, Using Roman Epitaphs.