Latin (LATIN)

LATIN 101-1 Elementary Latin (1 Unit)   Classical Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax with graded readings for translation. Course one of three.

LATIN 101-2 Elementary Latin (1 Unit)   Classical Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax with graded readings for translation. Course two of three. Prequisite: LATIN 101-1 or departmental placement.

LATIN 101-3 Elementary Latin (1 Unit)   Classical Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax with graded readings for translation. Course three of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 101-2 or departmental placement.

LATIN 201-1 Introduction to Latin Literature (1 Unit)   Grammar and vocabulary review. Readings in Cicero, Virgil, and Catullus; emphasis on literary analysis. Prerequisites: LATIN 101-3 or department placement.

LATIN 201-2 Introduction to Latin Literature (1 Unit)   Grammar and vocabulary review. Readings in Cicero, Virgil, and Catullus; emphasis on literary analysis. Prerequisites: LATIN 201-1 or department placement.

LATIN 201-3 Introduction to Latin Literature (1 Unit)   Grammar and vocabulary review. Readings in Cicero, Virgil, and Catullus; emphasis on literary analysis. Prerequisites: LATIN 201-2 or department placement.

LATIN 310-0 Readings in Latin Literature (1 Unit)   Selected topics and authors including Virgil, Horace, Ovid, Cicero, Tacitus, and Seneca. May be repeated for credit with different topics. Prerequisites: LATIN 201-3 or consent of instructor. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

LATIN 313-0 Latin Prose Composition: Advanced Syntax & Composition (1 Unit)   Rapid review of Latin morphology and basic grammar, followed by careful study of the syntax of Latin prose and by practice in prose composition. Prerequisite: LATIN 201-3 or equivalent.

LATIN 399-0 Independent Study (1 Unit)   Individual program of study under the direction of a faculty member. For advanced students only. Permission of department required.