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CLU23325 Greek Practice Project

This module gives students of the language, literature and thought of ancient Greece an opportunity to translate their expertise into a project for a non-academic audience in a school, organisation, community or business setting. Supported by the module coordinator, you will design, prepare, execute and evaluate your own educational, artistic or commercial project, and in the process gain entrepreneurship and project management experience, transfer skills and knowledge from your course, and explore the relevance of ancient Greece today.
  • Module Organiser:
    • Dr Martine Cuypers
  • Duration:
    • Semester 1
  • Contact Hours:
    • 5 hours for organization and guidance
  • Weighting:
    • 10 ECTS
  • Assessment:
    • 100% coursework (oral presentations and written)
  • Course Open To:
    • Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology and Columbia Dual Degree (only Major and JH Greek)

Learning Outcomes

On successful conclusion of this module, students should be able to:

  • Develop and pitch a suitable idea for a practice-based project
  • Write, manage and execute a project plan with tasks, milestones and deliverables
  • Communicate effectively with stakeholders, both orally and in writing
  • Work effectively in a small team
  • Conduct a project evaluation and capture learning