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Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2007
 
Bulletin Homepage |College of Arts & Sciences | Courses in Latin

Courses in Latin

A Cll 101 Elementary Latin I (4)

Grammar, composition, conversation, and reading of Latin.

A Cll 102 Elementary Latin II (4)

Continuation of A Cll 101; grammar, composition, conversation, and reading of Latin. Prerequisite(s): A Cll 101 or permission of instructor. [FL]

A Cll 201 Introduction to Latin
Literature I (3)

Selected readings from prose authors, especially Cicero, and from Latin poetry. Prerequisite(s): A Cll 102 or permission of instructor for students with two years of high school Latin.

A Cll 202 Introduction to Latin
Literature II (3)

Continuation of A Cll 201; selected readings from prose authors, especially Cicero, and from Latin poetry. Prerequisite(s): A Cll 201 or permission of instructor.

A Cll 410 Latin Prose Authors (3)

Detailed study and criticism of one or more Latin prose authors (historians, orators, novelists, etc.) May be repeated with change in author(s). Prerequisite(s): A Cll 202 or equivalent.

A Cll 410 Latin Poetry (3)

Detailed study and criticism of one or more Latin epic, lyric or dramatic poets. May be repeated with change or author(s). Prerequisite(s): A Cll 202 or equivalent.

A Cll 497 Independent Study (24)

Seniors may offer 2 to 4 credits of independent study in place of regular course work in Latin. Projects must be approved by the department chair. May be repeated once.