LATIN 103 — ELEMENTARY LATIN

4 credits.

Forms and syntax, with simple translation, equiv to a year of high school Latin.

LATIN 104 — ELEMENTARY LATIN

4 credits.

Translation of easy prose; analysis of English derivatives. Open to Freshmen

LATIN 203 — INTERMEDIATE LATIN

4 credits.

Brief review of Latin grammar and vocabulary. Extensive reading from several authors. Open to Fr

LATIN 204 — INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LITERATURE

4 credits.

Close literary analysis of the structure, style, and language of several Roman poets and prose writers. A critical rather than a purely historical approach to these authors. Open to Freshmen

LATIN 301 — LATIN LITERATURE OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC

3 credits.

Writers of the Republic studied in a historical and cultural context.

LATIN 302 — LATIN LITERATURE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE

3 credits.

Writers of the Augustan period and the Empire studied in a historical and cultural context.

LATIN 391 — LATIN FOR GRADUATE READING KNOWLEDGE I

3 credits.

Intensive grammar and reading course for graduate students.

LATIN 392 — LATIN FOR GRADUATE READING KNOWLEDGE II

3 credits.

Continuation of LATIN 391.

LATIN 505 — ELEMENTARY PROSE COMPOSITION

3 credits.

Survey of Latin syntax and idioms.

LATIN 515 — VERGIL

3 credits.

LATIN 519 — LATIN POETRY

3 credits.

Latin poetry of the Republic and/or Empire.

LATIN 520 — ROMAN DRAMA

3 credits.

LATIN 521 — ROMAN ELEGY

3 credits.

One or a combination of: Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Ovid, later elegiac poets.

LATIN 522 — ROMAN LYRIC POETRY

3 credits.

Roman lyric poetry of one or a combination of the following: Horace, Statius, later lyric poets.

LATIN 523 — ROMAN SATIRE

3 credits.

One or a combination of: fragments of Lucillius; Horace; Persius, Juvenal; later satire poets.

LATIN 524 — ROMAN NOVEL

3 credits.

One or a combination of : Petronius, Cena Trimalchionis, Satyricon; Apuleius, Cupid and Psyche, Metamorphoses; other Roman novels.

LATIN 539 — LATIN HISTORICAL WRITERS

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero, Epistles, (b) Pliny, Epistles, (c) Caesar, (d) Sallust, (e) Livy, (f) post Augstan historians, (g) historians of the late Empire.

LATIN 549 — LATIN PHILOSOPHICAL WRITERS

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero's philosophical works, (b) Seneca, (c) Latin patristic writers.

LATIN 559 — LATIN ORATORY

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero, Orations, (b) Roman rhetoric.

LATIN/​MEDIEVAL  563 — MEDIAEVAL LATIN

3 credits.

LATIN 681 — HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

LATIN 682 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

LATIN 691 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

LATIN 692 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

LATIN 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst

LATIN 801 — GRADUATE SURVEY

3 credits.

LATIN 890 — INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH THESIS

1-12 credits.

LATIN 910 — SEMINAR-POETRY

3 credits.

LATIN 930 — SEMINAR-ROMAN HISTORY

3 credits.

LATIN 940 — SEMINAR-PHILOSOPHY

3 credits.

LATIN 950 — SEMINAR-ORATORY

3 credits.