ARTS 3386. Ancient Greek and Roman Art. 3 Hours.
Students examine the art and architecture of the ancient Greek and Roman empires. Studies will also include earlier civilizations such as the Minoans and Myceneans through the dissolution of the Roman Empire and the early medieval period. Students consider various art forms such as ancient coins, bronze and marble sculpture, Roman wall painting, and religious and civic architecture.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1303, ARTS 3385.
Bachelor of Arts, Major in Mathematics
1 MATH 1420 satisfies Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area II (Mathematics) and one semester credit hour of Component Area IX (Component Area Option). 2 PHYS 1411 or PHYS 1422 satisfies 4 hours of Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area III (Life and Physical Sciences) 3 WOLC 2311 satisfies Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture). 4 PHIL 2303 satisfies Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences). 5 ENGL 2332 satisfies three semester credit hours of the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area IX (Component Area Option). 6 See the Courses for Science Majors Course List (from Component Area III) below. 7 Prescribed MATH Electives do not include MATH 3379 / STAT 3379 , MATH 3380 , MATH 3381 , MATH 3383 , MATH 3384 , MATH 3386 , MATH 3387 , MATH 4384 , and MATH 4385 . 8 Students should use the Minor and Advanced Electives to complete the 42-advanced hour requirement for graduation. 9 The following minor cannot be paired with this degree program: Minor in Mathematics.