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Courses

Students in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies may select from a variety of courses in areas such as mythology, the Bible, human sexuality, archaeology, poetry, and prose. Most of our classes are discussion-based and small in size, allowing for students and faculty to work closely together and get to know each other in a supportive and friendly environment. 

Course descriptions in our ClassInfo database provide more in-depth information about courses, expectations, and workload to give you a realistic understanding about what you will experience in each course.

Summer 2016 Courses

Fall 2016 Courses

  • CNES 1002 - World of Greece
  • CNES 1042 - Greek and Roman Mythology (7 Sections)
  • CNES 1042H - Honors Course: Greek and Roman Mythology (2 Sections)
  • CNES 1201 - The Bible: Context and Interpretation
  • CNES 3061 - "Bread and Circuses:" Spectacles and Mass Culture in Antiquity
  • CNES 3071 - Greek and Hellenistic Repgions
  • CNES 3072 - The New Testament
  • CNES 3105 - Ancient Rome: The Age of Augustus
  • CNES 3162 - Roman Art and Archaeology
  • CNES 3201 - The Bible: Context and Interpretation
  • CNES 3204 - The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • CNES 3535 - Death and the Afterpfe in the Ancient World
  • CNES 3951W - Major Project (16 Sections)
  • CNES 3993 - Directed Studies (16 Sections)
  • CNES 5071 - Greek and Hellenistic Repgions
  • CNES 5072 - The New Testament
  • CNES 5192 - Persia and the Ancient Iranian World: Art and Archaeology of Achaemenid to Sasanian Persia
  • CNES 5204 - The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • CNES 5993 - Directed Studies (15 Sections)
  • CNES 5994 - Directed Research
  • CNES 5996 - Directed Instruction

Fall 2016 Courses

Summer 2016 Courses

Fall 2016 Courses

Summer 2016 Courses

Fall 2016 Courses

Summer 2016 Courses

Fall 2016 Courses