Ba international letters and cultures in classics in Arizona state university tempe
Classics is the study of the literature, art, history and philosophy of the ancient Greeks and Romans --- a transdisciplinary field that fueled the Renaissance and that has continued to provide an intellectual foundation for innovative and influential people ever since. ASU's BA program in international letters and cultures with a concentration in classics begins with two cores: language skills in ancient Greek or Latin (or, if the student chooses, both) and knowledge of ancient history. With that basis, students are allowed to build a program to meet their needs and interests. Among the variety of topics students pursue are:-ancient history, war, politics and economics-literary classics such as Homer, Sophocles, Virgil and Ovid-the archaeology of the ancient Mediterranean world-the art and architecture of the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans-the mythology and religious practices of the Greeks and Romans
Official high school transcripts, Top 25% in high school graduating class, Typical SAT scores: Math (520-640), Critical reading (510-630), ACT Composite (23-28), Average GPA 3.49
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