BACHELOR OF ARTS - GREEK & ROMAN CIVILIZATION

A BA in Classics in Maynooth offers a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary exploration of the Greek and Roman Mediterranean world. Below is a list of the modules being taught currently (2021-22) in the Greek and Roman Civilization component, with links to the MU Coursefinder.
 
Further information about these modules can be found in the Handbooks below the links -- as can information about studying Greek and Latin in the original. Updates to follow for modules for 2022-23.

Year 1 - GREEK & ROMAN CIVILIZATION Semester 1 and Semester 2

Year 2 - GREEK TRAGEDY  

            - HOMER, TROY AND EARLY GREECE

            - OVID: POET OF METAMORPHOSIS, EXILE, AND LOVE

            - PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE & FRIENDSHIP IN ANCIENT WORLD

            - POWER AND THE PEOPLE IN IMPERIAL ROME

            - UNDERSTANDING THUCYDIDES: THE FLOWERING OF GREEK HISTORIOGRAPHY

            - WOMEN IN GREECE & ROME

Year 3 - A WORLD FULL OF GODS: RELIGIOUS LIFE IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE

            - ESSAY PROJECT

            - FIRE FROM HEAVEN: THE RISE OF MACEDONIA & ALEXANDER THE GREAT

            - GREEK LAW AND POLITICAL THEORY

            - IRELAND AND THE CLASSICS

            - ROMAN LAW AND SOCIETY

            - THE AENEID & THE STORY OF ROMAN EPIC