LatinLatin is now taught in ENGL 3360: Classical Language Skills in comparison to Greek, English, and other Romance languages.
LATN 1301: Beginning Latin I [TCCN: LATI 1311]
Designed for those students who have minimal or no experience with the language. Course introduces the skills of reading, writing, and pronouncing Golden-Age Latin. These skills are supported by grammatical exercises and a number of readings by the Roman authors. The course also includes an introduction to Roman history and culture.
LATN 1302: Beginning Latin II [TCCN: LATI 1312]
This course will be built upon the skills learned in LATN 1301. The mastering of Latin grammar will be emphasized and supported by a variety of reading and composition exercises. Prerequisite: LATN 1301 or consent of instructor.
LATN 2301: Intermediate Latin I [TCCN: LATI 2311]
An intermediate reading course in Latin, focused on Roman prose. Designed to strengthen students’ grammar, vocabulary, and ability in reading and translation. Prerequisite: LATN 1302 or CI.
LATN 2302: Intermediate Latin II [TCCN: LATI 2312]
An intermediate reading in Latin, focused on Roman prose. Designed to strengthen students’ grammar, vocabulary, and ability in reading and translation. Prerequisite: LATN 2302 or CI.
LATN 3305: Readings in Latin
Selections from Cicero, Livy, Horace, Ovid, Tacitus, Pliny, and others. May be repeated once for credit when content changes. Prerequisite: CI.
LATN 4199-4399: Independent Study
Intensive study of the Latin text of an author or authors chosen in consultation with the advisor. Allows advanced students to explore authors not covered in other LATN courses, or to cover individual authors in more depth. Prerequisite: CI.