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Module Options 2022/23

Year of Study in October 2022 (required)

MODULE CHOICES 2022/23

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  • Please refer to the course regulations for your degree to see how many CATS you should select, including how many should be from List A, and how many from List B. A brief description is indicated on the right for reference only.
  • Core modules (e.g. Hellenistic World/Dissertation) will be automatically selected for you.
  • We advise you to choose at least 30 CATS of reserve modules.
  • Modules will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Completion of this form will not guarantee you a space on a module. Students from the Classics Department will be given priority when modules are allocated.
  • The deadline for submitting this form is Tuesday 24th May 2022 at 12pm. Failure to submit on time, or correctly, may result in you being allocated modules by the department according to availability.
  • Submission of this form is not confirmation that your module choices have been successful. We will write to notify you whether you have been allocated your first choice of modules before the end of the summer term.

LIST A: ANCIENT HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ART & ARCHITECTURE MODULES

List A: Terms 1, 2 and 3, 30 CATS


'Hellenistic World' is a core module for students on Q820, Q821, VV16 and VV18 and therefore should NOT be selected as an optional module.


List A: Term 1, 15 CATS



List A: Summer 2022, 15 CATS

(Only enter if your place on this module has been confirmed).



MODULES AVAILABLE ON LIST A OR LIST B:

Terms 2/3, 15 CATS



LIST B: LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION OR THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE

List B: Terms 1, 2 and 3, 30 CATS



List B: Term 1, 15 CATS



List B: Terms 2/3, 15 CATS



LIST B: ANCIENT LANGUAGES

Term 1, 15 CATS



Terms 2-3, 15 CATS:



Terms 1, 2 and 3, 30 CATS



We strongly advise you to discuss your Ancient Language selection with your personal tutor before submitting this form.


EXTERNAL MODULES:

Students on certain degree programmes can select up to 30 CATS from an External Department. Please see the course regulations for your degree programme to see whether you are eligible. Please note:

  • You will need to follow the External Department's module selection process to gain a place on this module.
  • It is strongly advised that you discuss with your Personal Tutor if you are thinking about taking an external module in another department.
  • External module selections are subject to the approval of the Head of the Classics Department.
  • You will not necessarily gain a place on an external module.
  • The Classics Department cannot allocate places on modules from other departments, or complete an external module selection process on your behalf.
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Q800 CLASSICS

Year 2, choose 120 CATS:

- 30 CATS Latin Texts

- 30 CATS Greek Texts

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

Final Year, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS Latin Texts

- 30 CATS Greek Texts

- 30 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation is pre-selected for you

Q802 CLASSICS (LATIN) + EUROPE

Year 2, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS Latin Texts

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- 30 CATS Italian is pre-selected for you

Final Year, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS Latin Texts

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation is pre-selected for you

Q820 CLASSICAL CIVILISATION

Year 2, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List B

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- CX251 Hellenistic World is pre-selected for you

Final Year, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List B

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation is pre-selected for you

Q821 CLASSICAL CIVILISATION + EUROPE

Year 2, choose 60 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List B

- 30 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- CX251 Hellenistic World and 30 CATS Italian pre-selected for you

Final Year, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List B

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation is pre-selected for you

VV16 ANCIENT HISTORY & CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Year 2, choose 90 CATS:

- 60 CATS from List A

- 30 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- CX251 Hellenistic World pre-selected for you

Final Year, choose 90 CATS:

- 60 CATS from List A

- 30 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation pre-selected for you

VV18 ANCIENT HISTORY & CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY + EUROPE

Year 2, choose 60 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List A

- 30 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- CX251 Hellenistic World and 30 CATS Italian pre-selected for you

Final year, choose 90 CATS:

- 30 CATS from List A

- 60 CATS across List A/B (up to 30 CATS External modules possible)

- Dissertation pre-selected for you

QQ37 CLASSICS & ENGLISH

Second Year, choose 60 CATS:

- 30 CATS Latin Texts

- A further 30 CATS from the Classics Dept.

- Contact English Dept. to choose 60 CATS

Final Year, choose 30-60 CATS:

- Choose 30-60 CATS from Classic Dept.

- Contact English Dept. to choose 30-60 CATS.

- Indicate whether you will be doing Classics or English dissertation.