Course ObjectiveSee above.
Course ContentEach student of the MA Classics has to do one tutorial of 6 EC,
preferably in January. Tutorials can take different forms. The programme
alternately offers three standard tutorials on the following topics:
-Ancient Epic through the Ages
-Late Greek & Late Latin
-Reception of Classical Literature
Each academic year, one of these topics will have the form of a regular
course (which will take place in period 5), the other two that of a
tutorial; in 2019-2020 Reception of Classical Literature is offered as a
Apart from these programmed tutorials, students can also opt for a
Reading List Greek or a Reading List Latin; it is up to the student and
the lecturer who acts as the tutor (up to the student to choose) the
exact composition of the reading list. The standard norms used for the
1MA programme are 0.75 OCT page per hour for primary literature and 5
pages per hour for secondary literature.
Another option available for all students is to write a Term Paper,
which is particularly recommended if one would like to develop ideas
gained during a MA course or would like to prepare or explore a subject
for the MA thesis.
Teaching MethodsIndividual arrangement: see above.
Method of Assessmentindividual arrangement: see above.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Course Coordinator||dr. M.A.J. Heerink|
|Examiner||dr. M.A.J. Heerink|
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