Athens - College Year in Athens

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
Western Civilization (WC)
  • A331/A431  Aegean & Ancient Greet Art & Archaeology*
  • A333  The Monuments of Greece in their Historic & Archaeological Significance:  Ancient, Medieval and Modern*
  • A361 (A461)  The Archaeology of Athens
  • A366 (A466)  Ancient Greek Architecture from the Archaic to the Roman Times*
  • A367 (A467)  Aegean Prehistory:  The Rise & Fall of the Bronze Age Cultures
  • H311 (H411)  The Development of Athenian Democracy*
  • H356 (H456)  Ancient Macedon to the Death of Alexander the Great
  • H358 (H458)   From Contact to Conquest:  Rediscovering Roman Greece
  • H359 (H459)  A History of Byzantium:  The Eastern Roman Empire and Its Lasting Legacy
  • H367 (H467)  Struggling with the Past:  Greece and the Balkans from 1453 to the Present
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
  • H368 (H468)  To the Strongest:  The Ancient Near East from the Death of Alexander to the Coming of Rome
  • S/H350 (S/H450)  The Middle East in World Affairs*
Fine Arts (FA)
  • A331 (A431)  Aegean & Ancient Greet Art & Archaeology*
  • A333  The Monuments of Greece in their Historic & Archaeological Significance:  Ancient, Medieval and Modern*
  • A362 (A462)  Ancient Greek Sculpture
  • A364 (A464)  Byzantine Art and Architecture
  • A366 (A466)  Ancient Greek Architecture from the Archaic to the Roman Times*
  • A372 (A472)  Ancient Materials and Technologies in the Greek World
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • C201  Ancient Greek:  Attic Prose
  • C202  Ancient Greek:  Homer
  • C305  Ancient Greek:  Thucydides
  • C306  Ancient Greek:  Attic Tragedy or Comedy
  • C312  Advanced Latin
  • L351 (L451)  Attice Tragedy (In Translation)
  • L356 (L456)  Struggling with the Ancients:  The Search for Identity in Modern Greek Literature
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • P353 (P453)  Greek Philosophy: The Nature of First Principles and of Ultimate Reality
  • P354 (P454)  Greek Philosophy:  The Good Life and the Common Good 
  • R332 (R432)  Ancient Greek Mythology and Religion
  • R350 (R450)  The Religions of the Middle East:  A Comparative Approach
  • R365 (R465)  The Orthodox Church
Cultural Diversity (CD)
  • E356 (E456)  Gender and Sexuality in Modern Greek Culture
  • S/H339 (S/H439)  Contemporary Greek Politics and Society:  Historical Perspectives on Change and Continuity 
Social Forces (SF)
  • E333 (E433)  The Culture of Modern Greece:  The Ethnography of a Society in Transition
  • E/S357 (E/S457)  Citizen, State, and Society:  A Service Learning Approach
  • G/S352 (G/S452)  A European Perspective on Environmental Politics:  A Service Learning Approach
  • H311 (H411)  The Development of Athenian Democracy*
  • H355 (H455)  Sports, Games and Spectacles in the Graeco-Roman World
  • S348 (S448)  Immigrants, Citizenship and Nationalism in Europe
  • S361 (S461)  Peace, Conflict and International Politics:  Lessons from the Mediterranean Region
  • S363 (S463)  The European Union:  Challenges and Strategic Choices
  • S373 (S473)  Perspectives on Peace and Conflict:  Lessons from Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean
  • S/Ec/E326 (S/Ec/E426)  Crisis and Recovery in Greece and Europe
  • S/H350 (S/H450)  The Middle East in World Affairs*
  • U/G370  Urban Sustainability:  Theory and Case Studies in Greece
Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
  • G350 (G450)  The Natural Environment of Greece:  From Landscape Ecology to Conservation
NO General Education Credit

 *  May only be used to satisfy one general education category requirement

If a course that you are interested in taking is not listed above, please provide a detailed course description and syllabus (if available) to  Dr. Kelly McConnaughay for general education credit evaluation.  You may e-mail the information to Dr. McConnaughay at kdm@bradley.edu or bring it to Bradley Hall 226.

Please note that approved general education credit courses may not be offered by programs of study every semester.