LAT - Latin

LAT 101 - Elementary Latin I

Emphasis on achieving skills necessary for sustained reading of classical Latin texts. Fundamentals and exercises in grammar, syntax, and development of vocabulary. Some work on Latin roots for vocabulary-building in English and enhancement of knowledge of European languages. Recitation. Language level and subsequent course placement will be determined by the Foreign Languages & Literatures Department.

LAT 102 - Elementary Latin II

Emphasis on achieving skills necessary for sustained reading of classical Latin texts. Fundamentals and exercises in grammar, syntax, and development of vocabulary. Some work on Latin roots for vocabulary-building in English and enhancement of knowledge of European languages. Recitation. Language level and subsequent course placement will be determined by the Foreign Languages & Literatures Department. [H]

Prerequisite
LAT 101 or equivalent proficiency

LAT 111 - Intermediate Latin I

Fall: Reading of short selections in prose and in the poetry of Catullus with attention to the political, moral, and cultural climate of the late Roman Republic. Spring: Reading of at least one book of Tusculan Disputations of Cicero and of selections from the Satyricon of Petronius against the background of the early Roman Empire. Recitation. Language level and subsequent course placement will be determined by the Foreign Languages & Literatures Department. [H]

Prerequisite
LAT 102 or proficiency

LAT 112 - Intermediate Latin II

Fall: Reading of short selections in prose and in the poetry of Catullus with attention to the political, moral, and cultural climate of the late Roman Republic. Spring: Reading of at least one book of Tusculan Disputations of Cicero and of selections from the Satyricon of Petronius against the background of the early Roman Empire. Recitation. Language level and subsequent course placement will be determined by the Foreign Languages & Literatures Department. [H]

Prerequisite
LAT 111 or equivalent proficiency

LAT 211 - Advanced Latin

Courses such as: Latin Lyric Poetry, Latin Elegy, Latin Prose of the Early Empire, Latin Satire, Medieval Latin, Latin Philosophy, Lucretius, and Cicero. Language level and subsequent course placement will be determined by the Foreign Languages & Literatures Department. [H]