Classical Studies Policies
Department Policies and Procedures
- Annual Review Policy and Procedures (3/13)
- Department Promotion and Tenure Guidelines (2/23)
- Faculty Workload Policy (2/22)
- Peer Review Form (4/16)
- CLA Speaking Rubric
- CLA Writing Rubric
- Common Stylistic Problems – writing
- GRK / LAT text mark-up conventions – through 204 level (8/19)
- Latin / Greek Class Participation and Homework Rubric
- Students may not be moved from one level of Latin to another after the 4th Friday of the semester (10/05; rev. 8/08)
- Auditors are not allowed in 100 and 200 level language (GRK or LAT) courses.
Student Learning Outcomes for the B.A. in Classical Studies
- Describe cultural evidence from or about the ancient Mediterranean world.
- Analyze the literature and/or material culture of the ancient Mediterranean world in their socio-historical contexts.
- Produce evidence-based arguments about the ancient Mediterranean world using a variety of primary and secondary sources.
- Read Greek and/or Latin texts with intermediate or advanced proficiency.*
*For the Language and Literature and the Classical Archaeology tracks only