Our undergraduate curriculum encompasses the art & archaeology, history, literature, religion, and philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome. (For instruction in modern Greek, please visit the Department of Comparative Literature.) Our "Classics" courses (1-199) explore aspects of antiquity (for example, Classics 10A, "Introduction to Greek Civilization"; Classics 121, "Ancient Religion"; Classics 161, "History of Sexualities"); these classes fulfill various university breadth requirements as well as the specific requirements of our majors. Our "Greek" and "Latin" courses offer instruction in the ancient languages (elementary through advanced). For detailed information about current course offerings, please see the Courses page on this website. A list of all our courses we teach is available in the Academic Guide under the course designations Classics, Greek, and Latin.