Latin

Courses

LAT 101. Basic Proficiency in Latin I. 4 Hours

Development of basic skills in reading, listening, and writing through extensive practice in language use. Admission is restricted to those who have not studied Latin or have placed into this course by examination.

LAT 131. Intensive Fundamental Latin. 2 Hours

Intensive development of fundamental skills in reading, listening, and writing through extensive practice in language use. Admission restricted to those who have previous experience with the language and place into this course by examination. Credit granted for only ONE of the following: LAT 101 or LAT 131.

LAT 141. Basic Proficiency in Latin II. 4 Hours

Further development of fundamental skills in reading, listening, and writing through extensive practice in language use. Prerequisite(s): (LAT 101 or LAT 131) or placement by examination.

LAT 201. Intermediate Latin I. 3 Hours

Systematic review of grammar, exercises in vocabulary development, readings from Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, or Ovid. Successful completion of this course includes the demonstration of the proficiency level required by the College of Arts and Sciences' Liberal Studies Curriculum. Prerequisite(s): LAT 141.

LAT 202. Intermediate Latin II. 3 Hours

Systematic review of grammar, exercises in vocabulary development, readings from Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, or Ovid. Prerequisite(s): LAT 201.

LAT 321. Latin Composition & Syntax. 3 Hours

Practice in writing Latin, for enrichment of vocabulary, refinement of grammar, and control of major Latin prose styles. Prerequisite(s): LAT 202.

LAT 350. Latin Literature. 3 Hours

Advanced readings in a particular author or genre (epic, drama, history, philosophy). Repeatable when subtitle and content change. Prerequisite(s): LAT 202.

LAT 491. Independent Study. 1-3 Hours

Independent research project under the guidance of an instructor. Admission to project and number of semester hours require approval of chairperson. Prerequisite(s): LAT 202 or permission of department chairperson.