AP/HUMA 1710 6.00
The Roots Of Western Culture: The Ancient World (C. 1000 Bc-Ad 400)
Two historical cultures have had an important role in shaping modern thought: the Graeco-Roman and Judaeo-Christian. This course explores these cultures through selective study of their literature, philosophy and religious thought. Successful completion of this course partly fulfills General Education requirements in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies. Alternatively, it can be counted for Classical Studies major or minor credit. It cannot, however, be counted both towards the General Education requirements and the Classical Studies major or minor.