Bachelor of Arts Degree Course

SLQL 5 / NVQL 7
Duration: 3 Years / 6 Semesters
BA in Western Classical Culture (Internal)

WCCU 11012 - Civilization of Greece and Rome
The main objective of this course is to provide the students with an overview of the Ancient civilization of Greece and Rome . This course hopes to provide the students of Western Classical Culture with a firm foundation and background knowledge. The different aspects of the culture they will be studying in the next two years. By the end of the course the students will also be familiar with the archeological findings and the archeologists associated with these findings.

 WCCU 11023- Greek and Rome Heroic Epic
The objective of this course will be to provide the students of the historical, social and literary background of the epics and the society reflected 9n them. The study of the civilizations will provide the background to this course.

WCCU 11032 - Greek and Roman Civilizations

WCCU 12042 - Greek and Roman Art
The objective of this course is to provide the students with knowledge of the arts of the Greek and the Romans relating them to the historical, political and social experiences of each age.

WCCU 12053 - Greek and Roman Antiquities
The main objective of this course will be to provide the students with a general knowledge of the more prominent social, cultural and religious institutions, observances and beliefs of the Greeks and the Romans.

WCCU 12062 - Greek and Roman Drama
The main objective of this course is to introduce the students to Greek and Roman theatre and drama.

WCCU 12072- Greek and Rome Heroic Epic

WCCU 12082 - Greek and Roman Antiquities

WCCU 21013 - Greek Dramas
This course seeks to provide the students with knowledge of the Greek theatre and its conventions, types of drama performed there, the dramatists of Athens and the religious, political and social background to which these dramas belong.

WCCU 21022 - Roman Drama
The objective of this course is to provide the students with knowledge of the Roman theatre the influence of Greek drama and the Romanization of Greek Drama. They will also gain knowledge of the Latin dramatists of and the social background of their dramas.

WCCU 22033 - Greek Philosophy
The purpose of this course is to give the students knowledge of Greek philosophy from Thales to Aristotle and his contemporaries.

WCCU 22042 - Greek and Roman Religion
The objective of this course is to provide the student with knowledge of the religions of the ancient Greek and the Romans in their respective social settings. An analytical study of the social and psychological function of religion in society will also be concentrated on.

WCCU 22052 - Greek Thought (Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle)
The purpose of this course is to provide knowledge of the essence of Greek thinking through a study of three thinkers.

WCCU 31013- Greek Literatures
The purpose of this course is to provide the students with knowledge of the variety of literary genres in Greek literature other than the epic and drama they are most familiar with.

WCCU 31022 - Roman Literature
The objective is to give the students knowledge of the variety of literary genres in Roman literature.

 WCCU 31033- Greek Literary Theory
This course will provide knowledge of the various theories on literature presented by the Greeks in the diverse forms in which they appear.

WCCU 31042 - Roman Literary Theory
This course will provide knowledge of the different theories on literature presented by the Romans in the diverse forms in which they appear. Knowledge of the Greek influence on Roman literary theory will also be included.

WCCU 32052 - Greek and Roman Literary Theory
This course will provide knowledge of the different theories on literature presented by the Greeks and the Romans.

WCCU 32062 - Greek and Roman HistoryThe purpose of this course is to provide the students with knowledge of the development of history and the different forces at work which determined this process

 

 

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