You will sign up for 2 courses at $45 per credit hour.

These are regular U of U classes.  At the end of the summer term, they’ll appear on your transcript
as if you had taken them at the U during summer school. If you’re not a U of U student,
simply arrange with your home institution to transfer the credit.
CLCV 1550, Classical Mythology (3 credit hours)—students will spend approximately 60 hours visiting sites/museums with heavy mythological content/background; the program director will supplement these visits with mini-lectures, discussions, and explanations; students will have access to the mythology ‘textbook’ Living Greek Mythology, which they will be asked to consult periodically for the myths and for the artwork associated with them; during the trip, students will keep a journal, in which they will record their impressions of the ancient Greeks’ feelings about their deities, as reflected in the temples, artwork, and other artifacts that we will see during the program.
CLCV 1560, The Greeks (3 credit hours)—students will spend approximately 76 hours visiting sites/museums that will teach them about the culture and history of the ancient Greeks; the program director will supplement these visits with lectures, discussions, and explanations with special emphasis on the transformation of Greek culture from archaic to classical to Roman and to modern times; during the trip, students will keep a journal, in which they will record their impressions of ancient Greek culture, especially in regards to how it fared in comparison to the cultures of Greece’s various conquerors (e. g., the Romans, Christians, Venetians, Ottomans) as well as how it compares to modern-day Greek culture.
CLCV 2780, Graeco-roman Sport as Culture and Religion (3 credit hours)—students will visit all five sites of the most prestigious and significant athletic games in the ancient Greek world (Athens, Delphi, Olympia, Nemea, and Corinth); at two of these sites as well as at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, they will view ancient art work and artifacts associated with Greek sport; the program director will supplement these visits with lectures, discussions, and explanations; students will have online access to the online ‘textbook’ Ancient Graeco-roman Athletics, which they will be asked to consult periodically for information about ancient Greek sport; during the trip, students will keep a journal, in which they will record their observations about the importance of sport in ancient Greek society and about the interplay of sport with other elements of that culture.
CLCV 4550, Ancient Myth and  Religion (3 credit hours)—see explanation for CLCV 1550 above; the mini-lectures, discussions, and explanations for CLCV 4550 students will emphasize the syncretism within Greek mythology as well as comparative mythology, with special attention given to the transition in Greece from ‘paganism’ to Christianity; during the trip, students will keep a journal, in which they will record their observations about the effect of Christianity on earlier Greek religion and culture, discussing, among other things, why Christianity was able to supplant so easily the Greeks’ belief in Zeus, Apollo, Aphrodite, Athena, etc, and the ways in which Christianity built upon earlier Greek religion, sometimes even by using the ‘pagan’ monuments for its own purposes.
CLCV 4880, Classical Greek Directed Reading (3-4 credit hours)—Prerequisite is at least one year of classical Greek.  Please contact the Program Director if you are interested in reading ancient Greek during the trip.
International Requirement—If you’re a U of U student, the Study Abroad office will automatically have the Registrar credit you with this requirement after the trip.  If this credit doesn’t show up on your transcript by September or October, let me know.  If you’re not a U of U student and your home institution has a similar graduation requirement, I’ll be happy to help you negotiate with your Registrar to accept the trip as fulfillment of the requirement.
Questions?  Email Randy Stewart, Program Director.