or equivalent

GREK A300 Homeric Greek
3.00 crs.

Students in this course read selections from Homer and Hesiod as well as selections from the Homeric Hymns. Study includes examination of the epic meter and the impact of the epic poets on subsequent literature.

or equivalent
SPAN A301 Intensive Conversation
3.00 crs.

This course places an emphasis on oral expression with exercises to provide students with a working knowledge of conversational Spanish. This course is open only to non-native speakers.

or equivalent
LATN A305 Poetry of Republican Rome
3.00 crs.

This course is a survey of the works of poets who lived during the Roman Republic (509 B.C. to 31 B.C.) and includes selected readings from the works of Plautus, Terence, Lucretius, and Catullus. Assignments focus on reading Latin and examining the response of these poets to the times in which they lived.

or equivalent
GREK A314 Greek Tragedy
3.00 crs.

This course examines the tragedy of ancient Athens. Study focuses on the mechanics of the language, the workings of the tragic stage, the historical background of the plays, and the larger issues about society that the plays raise. 

or equivalent
GREK A315 Greek Comedy
3.00 crs.

This course examines both old and new comedy of ancient Athens. Study focuses on the mechanics of the language, the workings of the comic stage, the historic background of the plays, and the larger issues about society that the plays raise.

or equivalent
GREK A322 New Testament Greek
3.00 crs.

Students taking this course read and discuss at least two books from the New Testament. In addition, they compare a variety of modern translations to the original text.

or equivalent
FREN A331 Introduction to French Literature II
3.00 crs.

This course is a survey of the major literary currents and principal authors of the 19th and 20th centuries.

or equivalent
LATN A336 Augustan Prose
3.00 crs.

In this course, students read the works of authors who lived during the Age of Augustus (31 B.C. to 14 A.D.) including Augustus, Livy, and/or Vitruvius. Assignments focus on reading Latin and examining the response of these authors to the times in which they lived.

or equivalent
LATN A337 Augustan Poetry
3.00 crs.

This course examines the works of poets who lived during the Age of Augustus (31 B.C. to 14 A.D.) including Vergil, Horace, Tibullus, Propertius, and/or Ovid. Assignments focus on reading Latin and examining the response of these poets to the times in which they lived.

or equivalent
LATN A342 Prose of Imperial Rome
3.00 crs.

This course examines the prose works of the early imperial period. Study of these works provides in-depth information about Roman life and politics in the first and second century A.D. and demonstrates the range of expression capable in Latin. 

or equivalent
LATN A343 Poetry of Imperial Rome
3.00 crs.

This course surveys the works of poets who lived during the Roman Empire, specifically from the reign of Nero to the reign of Trajan. Genres include epic, bucolics, and satire. Assignments focus on reading Latin and examining the response of these poets to the times in which they lived. 

or equivalent
FREN A355 Introduction to French Theatre
3.00 crs.

This course is a chronological view of the development of French drama from its origins to the 20th century offering students an intensive study of representative dramatists and elements of the theatre.

or equivalent
GREK A402 Greek Historians
3.00 crs.

An intensive study of one or more ancient Greek historians. Students examine the author’s style, influence, philosophy, and assessment regarding his topic. 

or equivalent
GREK A410 Greek Philosophy
3.00 crs.

This course is an intensive survey of one or two ancient Greek philosophers. Students examine the author’s style, influence, and place within the historical and social context of philosophy. 

or equivalent
GREK A420 Greek Oratory
3.00 crs.

A survey of the speeches of the Greek orators. These readings reveal the development of early Greek prose and provide a window into many interesting scenarios from life in Classical Athens as well as provide evidence for the function of Greek oratory in Athenian democracy. 

or equivalent
LATN A435 Medieval Latin
3.00 crs.

This course focuses on works from the authors who offer a glimpse into the intellectual world of the Medieval period. Discussions include the influence of ancient authors as well as the historical and cultural contexts of the Medieval writers. 

or equivalent
MUTH M308 Commercial Arranging
4.00 crs.

This class is an overview of commercial arranging from technical, theoretical, historical, and business perspectives. Various techniques for writing melodies and harmonies of 2- parts to full big bands will be studied and practiced through writing assignments.

or equivalent, or permission of instructor
MUTH M308 Commercial Arranging
4.00 crs.

This class is an overview of commercial arranging from technical, theoretical, historical, and business perspectives. Various techniques for writing melodies and harmonies of 2- parts to full big bands will be studied and practiced through writing assignments.

or equivalent, or permission of instructor
MUGN O244 History of American Popular Music
3.00 crs.

Creative Arts & Cultures

This course is a comprehensive study of the history of American popular music, dating from the minstrel of the nineteenth century to the MP3 and Internet. The sources of popular music, listening, music identity, technology, and the history of the music business are components of this course.

or equivalent, This course is not available to students who are enrolled in the degree program of Bachelor of Music.
MUGN O246 History of New Orleans Music
3.00 crs.

Creative Arts & Cultures

This course is a comprehensive study of the history of New Orleans music, dating from the nineteenth century music in Congo Square and opera to the present-­‐day musicians of rhythm-­‐and-­‐blues, rock, jazz and rap. The sources of the music, listening, music identity, social and racial influences, and the history of the music business in New Orleans are components of this course.

or equivalent