University Schedule of Classes
- 101 Elementary Latin I -- 3 credits. Introduction to
culture and language of ancient Rome.
Fundamentals of language (pronunciation, intonation, grammatical
structures), with special attention to reading and writing. [FS
2010: Non-native Language]
- 102 Elementary Latin II -- 3 credits. Continuation of Latin
101. Includes open-hour laboratory. Prerequisite: 101 or equivalent.
[FS 2010: Non-native Language]
- 201 Intermediate Latin I -- 3 credits. Thorough review of
Latin grammar; readings from Latin authors; Roman culture.
Prerequisite: 102 or equivalent.
- 202 Intermediate Latin II -- 3 credits. Continuation of
Latin 201 with selected readings from major Roman authors.
Prerequisite: 201 or equivalent.
- 215 Classical Mythology -- 3 credits. Introduction to
the mythology of Greece and Rome. Conducted in English. [ FS 2010: Literary
- 301 Advanced Latin Grammar -- 3 credits. Review of the
fundamentals of grammar with special attention to composition.
- 311 Introduction to Roman Culture -- 3 credits.
Development and influence of Roman culture and civilization, law and
language, art and archeology on Western life and thought. [Conducted in
- 316 Survey of Latin Literature in Translation -- 3 credits.
The major works of Latin literature will be studied in a
historical perspective. [Taught in English]
- 319 Pliny and Martial -- 3 credits. Readings in selected
letters of Pliny and epigrams of Martial.
- 320 Advanced Ovid -- 3 credits. Readings from Ovid's works.
- LAT/GRK 394 Studies in Latin and Greek - 1-4 credits.
Studies in Latin or Greek language, literature, or culture with
topics changing from semester to semester according to the needs and
interests of students. [Conducted in English]
- 402 Classical Myths in Ancient and Modern Literature - 3
credits. Mythology in the literature, religion, and philosophy of
the ancient period. The endurance of mythological themes into the
present are also examined.
[Taught in English]
- 403 Latin Literature through the Golden Age -- 3 credits.
History of the language and reading in Latin of selections from
Early Latin through Ovid.
- 404 Latin Literature of the Silver Age -- 3 credits.
Chronological continuation of 403 with readings from Roman authors
after Ovid up to Medieval times.
- LLL 250 Literature and Life: Understanding how writers
have imagined and represented human experiences through the study of
recurrent themes in literature. [When Topic is: Classical Views of Love.] [Conducted in English]