CLAS 5000 Interdepartmental Humanities Seminar
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CLAS 74.7.
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2 hours recitation and a minimum of 7 hours conference and independent work; 3 credits
A significant recurrent theme in Western literature and philosophy. Course description may be obtained in the department office before registration. Reports and term paper. Offered jointly by the Departments of Classics, English, Philosophy. This course is the same as Comparative Literature 4602 [74.7], English 4112 [74.7], Philosophy 4120 [84.7].
Prerequisite: a grade of B or higher in six credits in advanced courses in the major field and permission of the instructors and the chairperson.