The Louisiana Classicist

April 10, 2010

LSU Classics offers online undergraduate courses

Filed under: announcement,opportunities — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 12:28 pm
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Jane Webb (Instructor, LSU) would like everyone to know about the Classics section’s online offerings for Fall 2010.  Jane says, “We hope to establish them as regulars due to a broad appeal to a larger community.”

  • CLST 2090 Greek and Roman Mythology (3) Taught in English; knowledge of the Greek and Latin languages not required. Survey of the principal myths of the Greeks and Romans.
  • CLST 2102 Ancient Roman Civilization (3) Knowledge of Greek and Latin languages not required. A survey of the literature, philosophy, art, and culture of ancient Rome from its beginnings to the death of Marcus Aurelius.

For more information, contact Jane Webb at jpwebb1 AT lsu DOT edu or visit the Independent and Distance Learning website.

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3 Comments »

  1. Howdy Professor Webb,
    I am Leah Kaiser and I am enrolled in CLST 2102 for the Fall 2010 semester. I am excited about the course and I was wondering where we are supposed to post our weekly assignments for the class? I figured it was on moodle but not sure, I haven’t taken an online class at LSU before. Thanks for your time and can’t wait to start the semester!

    Comment by lkaise2 — August 22, 2010 @ 5:29 pm | Reply

  2. I have always loved Roman history, and am excited to study it in a college setting. I look forward to the readings and discussions! -Lindsey Cook

    Comment by lcook23 — August 22, 2010 @ 8:40 pm | Reply

  3. Hello,I am David Pulver enrolled in Roman Civ class this fall.

    Comment by djpulver2 — August 23, 2010 @ 5:41 pm | Reply


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