Department of Foreign Languages

Latin Courses (LAT)

LAT - 1110 ELEMENTARY LATIN I [4 hours] Study of the fundamentals of Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Translation of elementary readings.

LAT - 1120 ELEMENTARY LATIN II [4 hours] Continued study of fundamental Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Translation of elementary readings. Prerequisite: LAT 1110 or satisfactory score on placement test.

LAT - 2140 INTERMEDIATE LATIN I [3 hours] Brief review of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. Readings in Latin prose by such authors as Sallust, Livy, and Cicero. Prerequisite: LAT 1120 or satisfactory score on placement test.

LAT - 2150 INTERMEDIATE LATIN II [3 hours] Intermediate level Latin poetry to the Republic and Augustan periods. Prerequisite: LAT 2140 or satisfactory score on placement test.

LAT - 3050 SURVEY OF LATIN LITERATURE I [3 hours] Literature of the Ciceronian an Augustan period. Prerequisite: LAT 2150

LAT - 3100 SURVEY OF LATIN LITERATURE II [3 hours] Literature of the early empire. Prerequisite: LAT 2150

LAT - 3150 MEDIEVAL LATIN LITERATURE [3 hours] Selections from representative works in various fields. Prerequisite: LAT 2150

LAT - 4980 SPECIAL TOPICS IN LATIN [1 - 3 hours] Reading and study of literature not covered in other courses. May be repeated for credit when topic varies. Prerequisite: LAT 2150 & consent of instructor.

LAT - 5210 LATIN FOR READING KNOWLEDGE I [3 hours] Elements of grammar and vocabulary appropriate to preparing graduate student read effectively in Latin.

LAT - 5220 LATIN FOR READING KNOWLEDGE II [3 hours] Elements of pronunciation, structure and vocabulary most appropriate to preparing graduate students to read effectively in Latin.

Last Updated: 3/22/15