Languages and Cultures

The Language at the Foundations of European Culture

The Latin Program

LATIN 101 Latin I (3) - Develops reading and writing skills; emphasizes correct classical pronunciation. Introduction to Roman culture and civilization. Not offered every semester. Three hours lecture per week.

LATIN 102 Latin II (3) - Continuation of LATIN 101. Develops reading and translation skills; teaches classical references through selected readings. Not offered every semester. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: LATIN 101 or equivalent.

LATIN 111 - Roman Civilization (3) - Roman mores from the Kings to Constantine have left indelible traces on Western Culture. This Course examines the aspects of Roman life whose impact has been of lasting significance to our society.

LATIN 112 - Introduction to Roman Literature (3) - An introduction to Roman Literature from the Early Republic through the Age of Augustus.