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Latin

LAT 101 , LAT 102, LAT 103 Elementary Latin (1)
The first two terms concentrate on grammar; the third term provides an introduction to classical Latin poetry and prose. Prereq : LAT 102 and LAT 103 each require the completion of the preceding course in the sequence or permission of the instructor; Staff

LAT 210 , LAT 310 Latin Prose Composition (1/2 or 1)
This course reviews the fundamentals of Latin grammar and works toward refined knowledge of Latin idioms and sentence structure. Class meetings emphasize a workshop approach, with group critiques of composition assignments and stylistic analysis of selected prose passages. Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; The course is graded on a S/U basis; O; LAT 310 is W; Staff

LAT 211 , LAT 311 Roman Historians (1)
Selections from Caesar, Livy, and Tacitus are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 311 is W; Staff

LAT 212 , LAT 312 Latin Epic Poetry (1)
Selections from Virgil's Aeneid are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 312 is W; Staff

LAT 213 , LAT 313 Roman Comedy (1)
Selected plays of Plautus are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 313 is W; Staff

LAT 214 , LAT 314 Roman Philosophy (1)
Selections from Cicero's philosophical works or Lucretius' philosophic epic, De Rerum Natura, are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 314 is W; Staff

LAT 215 , LAT 315 Roman Rhetoric and Oratory (1)
Selections from Cicero's speeches and/or his works on rhetoric are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 315 is W; Staff

LAT 216 , LAT 316 Roman Tragedy (1)
A tragedy of Seneca is read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 316 is W; Staff

LAT 217 , LAT 317 Roman Novel (1)
Selections from Petronius' Satyricon and Apuleius' Golden Ass are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 317 is W; Staff

LAT 218 , LAT 318 Roman Lyric and Elegaic Poetry (1)
Selections from Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid are read in Latin. HUM; Prereq : LAT 103 or permission of the instructor; O; LAT 318 is W; Staff

LAT 270 Topics in Latin Literature (1)
Topics will vary from year to year, focusing on a particular text or theme in Latin literature. Examples: Ovid's Metamorphoses; Horace and Rome; Roman Satire.Staff

LAT 295 Special Topics (1/2 or 1)
Courses offered occasionally to students in special areas of Latin not covered in the usual curriculum.Staff

LAT 370 Topics in Latin Literature (1)
See LAT 270.Staff

LAT 395 Special Topics (1/2 or 1)
Courses offered occasionally to students in special areas of Latin not covered in the usual curriculum.Staff

LAT 400 Advanced Studies (1/2 or 1)
See College Honors Program. Staff

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