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APPROVED FOR GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT
 
COLLEGE YEAR IN ATHENS
 
AREA OF STUDY                    COURSE NAME 
ALS-A
Architecture 331                      Ancient Art and Archaeology (also WRI OR HWC)
Art 331                                     Aegean & Ancient Greet Art & Archaeology (also WRI OR HWC)

ALS-L
History 356                              Ancient Macedon to the Death of Alexander
History 458                              From Contact to Conquest: Rediscovering Roman Greece (also ORC)
L351/451                                 Attic Tragedy
Religion 332                            Ancient Greek Myth and Religion 

BTS-T
Religion 368                             Paul, Christianity and the Greek City
Religion 350                             The Religions of the Middle East: A Comparative Approach (also WRI)

HWC                                   
Architecture 331                       Ancient Art and Archaeology (also WRI OR ALS-A)
                                                 Voula Escavation Intersession Course

IST
Enivonmental Studies 350       The Natural Environment of Greece: From Landscape Ecology to Conservation

MCG
History 350                               The Middle East in World Affairs

ORC
History 458                               From Contact to Conquest:  Rediscovering Roman Greece (also ALS-L)

WRI
Architecture 331                       Ancient Art and Archaeology (also ALS-A OR HWC)
Art 331                                      Aegean & Ancient Greet Art & Archaeology (also ALS-A OR HWC)
Religion 350                              The Religions of the Middle East: A Comparative Approach (also BTS-T)

**Only ONE course may be taken off-campus in each of these requirements:  Historical Studies in Western Culture (HWC), Studies in Human Behavior and Society (HBS) or Studies in Natural Science (IST, SED).

Contact the program adviser to discuss any courses which should receive GE credit.
 
THESE COURSES HAVE HISTORICALLY BEEN OFFERED, BUT WE CANNOT GUARANTEE OFFERINGS AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION.