Module Availability 2017-18

MA Classical Studies

Full time students must select 120 credits. Having successfully completed the 120 credits, you will progress to the 60 credit Dissertation.

Part-time students will normally be expected to choose a minimum of 40 and maximum of 80 credits per year. Having successfully completed the 120 credits, you will progress to the 60 credit Dissertation.

Modules should be chosen in consultation with Programme Directors.

Compulsory

Module Code

Module Title Credits Semester (s)

CLCL7005

Theory and Methodology for the Study of Classics

20 credits

1 or 2

CLCL7006

Dissertation

60 credits

Part II

You must select 100 credits in total from the groups below

 

Select 20 - 60 credits from this group
Module Code Module Title Credits Semester (s)
CLGK7101 Intensive Greek I 30 1
CLLA7036 Advanced Latin Prose: Epigraphy 20 1
CLLA7101 Intensive Latin I 30 1
CLGK7036 Advanced Greek Verse: Hesiod's Theogony 20 1
CLGK7102 Intensive Greek II 30 2
CLLA7033 Advanced Latin Verse: Statius' Thebaid 20 2
CLLA7102 Intensive Latin II 30 2
CLGK7033 Advanced Greek Prose: Xenophon's Anabasis 20 2

 

Select 40 - 60 credits from this group
Module Code Module Title Credits Semester (s)
CLCS7006 Myth in Greek and Roman Epic 20 2
CLCS7001 Stories, Histories and Ticket Sales: Greeks and Romans on the Silver Screen 20 2
CLAH7017 Religious Life in the Roman Empire 20 2

 

Select 0 - 40 credits from this group
Module Code Module Title Credits Semester (s)
CLAH7010 Power and Culture in the Hellenistic East 20 1
CLAH7014 Life in the Eastern Desert of Egypt 20 1
CLAH7018 Writing History in the Ancient World 20 2
HPTR7002 Self and Suffering: Ascetic Life in Christian History 20 2