The courses listed below are indicative of those usually offered in fall and spring respectively and are intended to help prospective students begin to plan their semester or year abroad. As soon as each semester's course offerings and class schedule are finalized they are posted on the website, and accepted students are notified by e-mail that registration has opened. Students submit their course selections via e-mail to the CYA Registrar.
Art & Archaeology
Courses Semesters
A331 (A431) Aegean & Ancient Greek Art & Archaeology Fall Semester / Spring Semester
A333 (A333) The Monuments of Greece in Their Historic & Archaeological Significance: Ancient, Medieval and Modern Check for availability.
A361 (A461) The Archaeology of Athens Fall Semester / Spring Semester
A362 (A462) Ancient Greek Sculpture Fall Semester / Spring Semester
A364 (A464) Byzantine Art and Architecture Spring Semester
A366 (A466) Ancient Greek Architecture from the Archaic to the Roman Times as Reflected in the Monuments of Athens Spring Semester
A367 (A467) Aegean Prehistory: The Rise & Fall of the Bronze Age Cultures Check for availability.
A372 (A472) Ancient Materials and Technologies in the Greek World Check for availability.
A416 Archaeological Drawing Spring Semester
Classical Languages
Courses Semesters
C101 Beginning Ancient Greek (1st Semester) Fall Semester
C102 Ancient Greek (2nd Semester) Spring Semester
C201 Ancient Greek: Attic Prose Fall Semester
C202 Ancient Greek: Homer Spring Semester
C305 Ancient Greek: Thucydides Fall Semester
C306 Ancient Greek: Attic Tragedy or Comedy Spring Semester
C311 Advanced Latin Fall Semester
C312 Advanced Latin Spring Semester
Environmental Studies
Courses Semesters
G/S352 (G/S452) A European Perspective on Environmental Politics: A Service Learning Approach Check for availability.
G350 (G450) The Natural Environment of Greece: From Landscape Ecology to Conservation Spring Semester
Ethnography
Courses Semesters
E/S357 (E/S457) Citizen, State, and Society: A Service Learning Approach Spring Semester
E333 (E433) The Culture of Modern Greece: The Ethnography of a Society in Transition Fall Semester
E356 (E456) Gender and Sexuality in Modern Greek Culture Spring Semester
S/H/E326 (S/H/E426) Understanding the Crisis in Greece and Europe Fall Semester / Spring Semester
History
Courses Semesters
H311 (H411) The Development of Athenian Democracy Spring Semester
H355 (H455) Sports, Games and Spectacles in the Graeco-Roman World Fall Semester / Spring Semester
H356 (H456) Ancient Macedon to the Death of Alexander the Great Spring Semester
H358 (H458) From Contact to Conquest: Rediscovering Roman Greece Check for availability.
H359 (H459) A History of Byzantium: The Eastern Roman Empire and Its Lasting Legacy Check for availability.
H367 (H467) Struggling with the Past: Greece and the Balkans from 1453 to the Present Check for availability.
H368 (H468) To the Strongest: The Ancient Near East from the Death of Alexander to the Coming of Rome Fall Semester
S/H/E326 (S/H/E426) Understanding the Crisis in Greece and Europe Fall Semester / Spring Semester
S/H339 (S/H439) Contemporary Greek Politics and Society: Historical Perspectives on Change and Continuity Spring Semester
S/H350 (S/H450) The Middle East in World Affairs Check for availability.
Independent Study
Courses Semesters
T401 - T402 Honors Tutorial Fall Semester / Spring Semester
Literature
Courses Semesters
L351 (L451) Attic Tragedy (In Translation) Spring Semester
L356 (L456) Struggling with the Ancients: The Search for Identity in Modern Greek Literature Check for availability.
Modern Greek Language
Courses Semesters
M101 Modern Greek (Beginners I: First Semester of First Year) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
M101A Modern Greek Accerlated (Beginners I: First Semester of First Year) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
M102 Modern Greek (Beginners II: Second Semester of First Year) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
M201 Modern Greek (Intermediate: First Semester of Second Year) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
M202 Modern Greek (Intermediate: Second Semester of Second Year) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
M301 Modern Greek (Level: other) Fall Semester / Spring Semester
Philosophy
Courses Semesters
P353 (P453) Greek Philosophy: The Nature of First Principles and of Ultimate Reality Fall Semester
P354 (P454) Greek Philosophy: The Good Life and the Common Good Spring Semester
Political Science, International Relations
Courses Semesters
E/S357 (E/S457) Citizen, State, and Society: A Service Learning Approach Spring Semester
G/S352 (G/S452) A European Perspective on Environmental Politics: A Service Learning Approach Check for availability.
S/H/E326 (S/H/E426) Understanding the Crisis in Greece and Europe Fall Semester / Spring Semester
S/H339 (S/H439) Contemporary Greek Politics and Society: Historical Perspectives on Change and Continuity Spring Semester
S/H350 (S/H450) The Middle East in World Affairs Check for availability.
S348 (S448) Immigrants, Citizenship and Nationalism in Europe Fall Semester
S361 (S461) Peace, Conflict and International Politics: Lessons from the Mediterranean Region Fall Semester
S363 (S463) The European Union: Challenges and Strategic Choices Spring Semester
S373 (S473) Perspectives on Peace and Conflict: Lessons from Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean Spring Semester
Religion
Courses Semesters
R332 (R432) Ancient Greek Mythology and Religion Fall Semester / Spring Semester
R350 (R450) The Religions of the Middle East: A Comparative Approach Fall Semester
R365 (R465) The Orthodox Church Spring Semester