Latin (LAT)

 

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1000 LEVEL COURSES


1501. [LATI 1411, 1511] A Beginning Course in Latin I (5)

1502. [LATI 1412, 1512] A Beginning Course in Latin II (5). Prerequisite: LAT 1501.

1507. Comprehensive Latin Review First Year (5). Prerequisite: placement exam or consent of the coordinator of the Latin program/ undergraduate advisor. A comprehensive one-semester review of first year Latin for qualified students.

 

2000 LEVEL COURSES


2301. [LATI 2311] A Second Course in Latin I (3). Prerequisite: LAT 1502 or 1507. Review; selected readings from standard authors.

2302. [LATI 2312] A Second Course in Latin II (3). Prerequisite: LAT 2301. Review; selected readings from standard authors.

 

4000 LEVEL COURSES


4300. Individual Problems in Latin (3). Prerequisite: LAT 2302 or consent of instructor. Contents will vary to meet the needs of the students. May be repeated for credit up to 18 hours with consent of instructor. Independent reading under guidance of a staff member.

4305. Individualized Readings in Latin Literature (3). Prerequisite: LAT 2302 or consent of instructor .Contents will vary to meet the needs of students. May be repeated once for credit with consent of instructor. Major works of selected Latin writers.

 

5000 LEVEL COURSES


5304. Latin Poetry: Epic, Lyric, Elegiac, and Pastoral (3). Study of one or more poetic genres. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours with different content.

5310. Seminar in Latin Literature (3). Content will vary to meet the needs of the students.

5341. Intensive Latin for Graduate Research I (3). Grammar and readings for reading knowledge. Equivalent to one year of normal coursework. Not for classics majors or Latin minor graduate degree requirements.

5342. Intensive Latin for Graduate Research II (3). Continuation of LAT 5341. Equivalent to completion of LAT 2302. Not for classics majors or Latin minor graduate degree requirements.

5360. Latin Prose (3). Selected readings from Latin texts in history, philosophy, oratory, rhetoric, epistolography, satire, biography, and the novel. Topics may vary. May be repeated up to 9 credit hours with different content.

 

7000 LEVEL COURSES


7000. Research (V1-12).