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Research Project 494/494H Approval Form

Instructions
Use this form to register for 494/494H courses administered through Weaver Building office. Be sure that you have filled in the blanks completely and accurately before submitting it. Incomplete or inaccurate applications cannot be processed.

Important: You must secure the approval of a suitable faculty member to serve as course instructor before submitting this form.

A copy of this form will be sent to that faculty member for confirmation of approval. You will not be registered for the course until this confirmation is received.

Student Information
This is your Penn State issued ID#, not your social security number.
Faculty Approval Information
Have you discussed this course with a faculty member and secured his or her approval?


Course Information
For which course do you intend to enroll?
Check only one






Semester in which the course will be taken


(Format: YYYY)
Student Testimonial

“The day I changed my major to Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies was one of the happiest of my college career.  Even before switching to CAMS,  I was interested in what the department had to offer. (...)
An undergraduate advisor suggested LATIN 003 as a way of easing into college life, as I had taken Latin classes throughout high school and had performed well on the Advanced Placement exams.  The beginning was rough, but I enjoyed the challenge of translating Latin prose and the information that the texts conveyed.  Although I pursued an Advertising degree during my first two years of college, I continued to sign up for Latin courses, and by the end of my sophomore year, I had realized that Classics, not Advertising, was the right major for me. In addition to the Latin courses, I also studied the ancient civilizations of Rome, Greece, and Egypt in the CAMS major.  All of these classes were interesting, educational, and taught by knowledgeable faculty members.   The CAMS faculty is always helpful; they provide insight into the class material and make suggestions for outside reading during office hours and after class.  When I wrote my senior thesis for the Honors College, I received much help from the CAMS faculty while researching and writing the thesis.  Now that I have received my diplomas from Penn State, both in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Spanish, I have decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Education.  I have been accepted at the Complutense University of Madrid, one of the oldest universities in Europe, to study secondary education, specializing in classical languages.  I am confident that the education I received at Penn State, notably in the CAMS department, will aid me greatly in my postgraduate studies and in securing a teaching job, whether in the United States, Spain, or elsewhere.”

Celia Meehan
2010 CAMS graduate

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