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Latin Courses (LAT)

1131 Introductory Latin I (3-3)
Introduction to the Latin language with emphasis on pronunciation, basic vocabulary, fundamentals of grammar, and graded readings.

1132 Introductory Latin II (3-3)
Prerequisite: LAT 1131
Continuation of LAT 1131.

2231 Intermediate Latin I (3-3)
Prerequisite: LAT 1132
Continuation of LAT 1131-1132.

2232 Intermediate Latin II (3-3)
Prerequisite: LAT 2231
Continuation of LAT 2231, culminating in the reading of authentic passages from selected Latin authors.

3331 Readings in Latin Literature (3-3)
Prerequisite: LAT 2232
Readings in a selected author, period, or genre. NOTE: May be repeated for credit.

 

Greek Courses (GRK)

1111 Introductory Greek I (3-3)
Introduction to the ancient Greek language with emphasis on pronunciation, basic vocabulary, fundamentals of grammar, and graded readings. F, on demand.

1112 Introductory Greek II (3-3)
Prerequisite: GRK 1111
Continuation of GRK 1111. Sp, on demand.

NOTE: The study of Greek may be continued under the headings of CLA 4xxx Special Topics in Classics and CLA 493-494 Guided Independent Study.

Last Updated: 07/19/2012


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