Academic Catalog

Latin (3510)

3510:101. Beginning Latin I. (4 Credits)

Sequential. Reading, writing and translation; oral and written drill; analysis of grammatical structure and English vocabulary building.

3510:102. Beginning Latin II. (4 Credits)

Sequential. Prerequisite: 3510:101 or equivalent. Reading, writing and translation; oral and written drill; analysis of grammatical structure and English vocabulary building.

3510:190. The Making of English Words from Latin and Greek Elements. (3 Credits)

The influence of Latin and Greek on English vocabulary with some attention to the use of these languages in the scientific and legal fields. No foreign language is necessary.

3510:201. Intermediate Latin I. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 3510:102 or equivalent. A survey of readings of the less difficult authors such as Pliny, Caesar, Plautus, Cicero's Letters or equivalent material.

3510:202. Intermediate Latin II. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 3510:201 or equivalent. A survey of readings of the less difficult authors such as Pliny, Caesar, Plautus, Cicero's Letters or equivalent material.

3510:303. Advanced Latin I. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: 3510:202 or equivalent. Satirists, dramatists, philosophical, religious writers, lyric and elegiac poets, medieval writers. (May be repeated for credit with change of subject)

3510:304. Advanced Latin II. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: 3510:202 or equivalent. Satirists, dramatists, philosophical, religious writers, lyric and elegiac poets, medieval writers. (May be repeated for credit with change of subject)

3510:497. Latin Reading & Research. (3 Credits)

Generally Latin epigraphy, prose composition or philology; numismatics or certain other archaeological topics may be offered. (May be repeated for credit with change of subject)

3510:498. Latin Reading & Research. (3 Credits)

Generally Latin epigraphy, prose composition or philology; numismatics or certain other archaeological topics may be offered. (May be repeated for credit with change of subject)