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Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science - Greek and Latin Studies Concentration

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science - Greek and Latin Studies Concentration

Tufts University

Medford - Somerville Campus, Medford, United States
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  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science is conferred on all students who complete this program. Students whose major concentration is applied mathematics, applied physics, astrophysics, biochemistry, biology, biopsychology, chemical physics, chemistry, cognitive and brain Sciences, computer science, engineering psychology, environmental studies (as second major only), geological sciences, geology, mathematics, and physics are eligible to receive a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree. Those majoring in psychology, psychology/clinical and quantitative economics may choose to receive the degree of Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts at the time they complete their degree sheet. Students in all other majors will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students whose multiple majors make them eligible for either a Bachelor of Arts degree or a Bachelor of Science degree may choose between the two when completing their degree sheet. Major Requirements - 10 courses [Checklist ] Classics 31 (Classics of Greece) or Greek 131 (Survey of Greek Literature) Classics 37 (History of Ancient Greece) Four courses in Greek, one of which may be Greek 3, at least three at the 100-level; not including GRK 131 if taken in place of CLS 31, but if a student take both CLS 31 and GRK 131, then GRK 131 can be counted here. Four other courses in the department (CLS, LAT, GRK, SKT of which at least two must be at the 100-level. Learning Objectives Objectives for Greek Majors Acquire the ability to read with comprehension randomly selected passages of Latin/Greek texts, demonstrating the mastery of relevant vocabulary and syntax. Acquire the ability to read Latin/Greek texts with correct pronunciation and, in the case of poetic texts, accurate metrical scansion. Acquire the ability to recognize and analyze the effects of stylistic features of Latin/Greek texts (e.g., dialect, diction, archaisms, literary allusions, rhetorical tropes, meter, and poetic artifice). Develop knowledge of major authors' lives and works that informs the student's understanding of the authors' historical significance--student should be able to assess the literary and intellectual relationships between authors and other preceding or contemporary literary figures, to assess the authors' contributions to the literary development of the genres involved, and to assess the authors' contributions to the chronological development of important intellectual themes. Become familiar with the chronological transmission and impact of authors' texts from manuscript to printed text. Demonstrate assimilation of the content in courses taken for the major, through verbal discussion, written examinations, class presentations, and papers/projects which evince mastery of research methodologies and critical evaluation of primary and secondary sources.