REL 122: Greek and Roman Mythology

Credits 3 Class Hours3 lecture

In this course, students will be introduced to the primary narratives that the ancient Greeks and Romans told about their gods, their world and themselves. The emphasis throughout the course will be on reading, analyzing and evaluating classical Greek and Roman mythology.

Semester Offered Fall, Spring, Summer
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)
  1. Identify, discuss, critically analyze, and evaluate a range of important characters, narratives, ideas, and theories within Greek and Roman mythology.
  2. Participate in thoughtful, critical dialogue with others by means of producing clear, cogent, and creative discourse.
  3. Relate and apply various course insights to the beliefs and commitments that play a role in the development of a healthy, well-grounded world-view.