Key to Course Listings

Summer Courses

Courses are listed in sequence within each department, in the format described below.

CLLT S3310D. Classical Mythology. 
3 points 
Introduction to and analysis of major myths in classical literature. Topics include the changing attitudes and applications of myth from Greek epic to tragedy, as well as modern approaches to myth. Readings include Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. All readings in English.


An abbreviation of Academic Department or Subject Area to which the course belongs.


Course Number (see explanation below)

Classical Mythology.

Course Title

3 point(s)

Point Value 
1 point=1 semester hour. All courses must be taken for credit, unless specifically noted.


Explanation of Course Numbering System








Other Prefixes:
A Architecture, Planning and Preservation
BC Barnard College
C Columbia College
E Fu Foundation School of Enginering and Applied Science
F School of General Studies
G Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
N Noncredit Courses
P School of Public Health
R School of the Arts
S Summer Course
U School of International and Public Affairs
V Joint course with Barnard College
W Other interfaculty course

The first digit of the number represents the level of the course, as follows:


Course that cannot be credited toward any degree


Introductory-level undergraduate course


Introductory- or intermediate-level undergraduate course


Advanced-level undergraduate course


Introductory graduate course; may be taken by advanced undergraduates with appropriate preparation


Advanced graduate course

The suffix indicates the session in which the course is offered. In this example, the course is offered during Session D.

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