Course Descriptions

Classical and Medieval Studies Courses

Faculty

Professors: Elizabeth Lehfeldt, Gregory M. Sadlek; Professors Emeriti: Earl R. Anderson, Bruce A. Beatie, John A.C. Greppin, Edward R. Haymes, Nicholas J. Moutafakis, Glending Olson; Associate Professors: Michael Baumer, Stephen Cory, Matt Jackson-McCabe, Derwood C. Smith, Laura Wertheimer (Director); Assistant Professors: Marian Bleeke, Heba El-Attar, Stella Singer, Abed el-Rahman Tayyara, Kelly Wrenhaven.

Course Descriptions

CLM 293/393/493 Special Topics in Classical and Medieval Studies (1 to 6 credits).Focus on some topic in classical and medieval studies otherwise not offered. The topic may be an individual author; text, monument; genre; style; historical period; social, philosophical, or religious movement; linguistic problem; or an appropriate combination of these. May be repeated for a total of 24 credit hours with a change in topic. Return to top

CLM 495 Seminar (1 to 3 credits). Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. In-depth study of some area related to classical and medieval studies. May be repeated for a total of 24 credit hours with change in topic. Return to top

CLM 498 Senior Thesis Proposal (1-0-1).Prerequisites: Senior standing and permission of the Classical and Medieval Studies Director, and permission of the thesis director. Students will identify a thesis director prior to enrolling in CLM 498. CLM 498 is an independent study course in which students develop a detailed research plan for a thesis focusing on a classical or medieval topic.CLM 498 meets part of the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for the Classical and Medieval Studies major. Return to top

CLM 499 Senior Thesis Writing (3-0-3).Prerequisites: Senior standing and permission of the Classical and Medieval Studies Director, and permission of the thesis director. Students will research and write the senior thesis developed in CLM 498.CLM 499 meets part of the General Education Capstone Experience requirement for the Classical and Medieval Studies major. Return to top

Notes: Other courses may apply toward the CLAM major and minor. Also, certain special topics courses may apply, if approved by the CLAM Advisory Committee. See individual departmental listing for course descriptions and prerequisites. For additional information, call (216) 687-3914.

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