The Archaeology and History of Greece, Rome and the Near East (ARGR, or CLAH pre-2009)

This program is designed to investigate the history and archaeology of the Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern world of antiquity. Students interested in Archaeology and History who may not have the required courses at the present time are invited to consult the undergraduate advisor.

Advisor:
Lyn Rae
604 822-4066

Students take 42 credits, which normally include the following.

First and Second Years

Students take 6–12 credits chosen from CLST 110 (3), CLST 111 (3), CLST 204 (3), CLST 231 (3), CLST 232 (3), NEST 101 (3).

Third and Fourth Years

Students take 30-36 credits of third- and fourth-year courses.

A. Prescribed Courses: 21 credits chosen as follows:

  1. CLST 330 (6)
  2. 6 credits of upper-level history courses, chosen from CLST 306 (3), 307 (3), 308 (3), 311 (3), 312 (3), 319 (3), 352 (3), 353 (3), 355 (3), 356 (3
  3. NEST 302 (6)
  4. at least 3 credits of a fourth-year seminar, chosen from CLST 401 (3), CLST 403 (3), CLST 404 (3)

B. Optional Courses: the remaining 9-15 credits may be chosen from any upper-level art and archaeology or history CLST course, or from RELG 306 (3), 314 (6), 315 (6), 340 (3), 341 (3), 407 (3), or from NEST 301 (3), 303 (3), 304 (3) or from CNRS 335 (3/6). HEBR 405 (6) or any GREK or LATN courses numbered 301 or above may be used for any or all of these 9-15 credits.

Students take 60 credits which normally include the courses listed below. Admission into the honours program requires an overall average of 76%, an average of at least 80% in program-related courses already taken, and the permission of the department. Students are expected to maintain at least an 80% average in the program.

First and Second Years

Students take 12 credits chosen from CLST 110 (3), CLST 111 (3), CLST 204 (3), CLST 231 (3), CLST 232 (3), NEST 101 (3).

Third and Fourth Years

Students take 48 credits of third- and fourth-year courses.

A. Prescribed Courses: 27 credits chosen as follows

  1. CLST 330 (6)
  2. 6 credits of upper-level history courses, chosen from CLST 306 (3), 307 (3), 308 (3), 311 (3), 312 (3), 319 (3), 352 (3), 353 (3), 355 (3), 356 (3)
  3. NEST 302 (6)
  4. at least 3 credits of a fourth-year seminar, chosen from CLST 401 (3), CLST 402 (3), CLST 403 (3), CLST 404 (3)
  5. either CLST 449 (6), or RELG 499 (6)

B. Optional Courses: the remaining 21 credits may be chosen from any of the upper-level art and archaeology or history CLST courses, or from RELG 306 (3), 314 (6), 315 (6), 340 (3), 341 (3), 407 (3), or from NEST 301 (3), 303 (3), 304 (3) or CNRS 335 (3/6). HEBR 405 (6) or any GREK or LATN course numbered 301 or above may be used for any or all of these 21 credits.

Students take 30 credits, which normally include the following.

First and Second Years

Students take 6–12 credits chosen from CLST 110 (3), CLST 111 (3), CLST 204 (3), CLST 231 (3), CLST 232 (3), NEST 101 (3).

Third and Fourth Years

Students take 18-24 credits, chosen as follows:

A. Prescribed Courses: 6 credits from either NEST 302 (6) or CLST 330 (6).

B. Optional Courses: the remaining 12-18 credits may be chosen from any of the upper-level art and archaeology or history CLST courses, or from upper-level NEST courses, or from RELG 306 (3), 314 (6), 315.