LATN 101. Elementary Latin I. (4 Credits)

Introduction to syntax and vocabulary. Readings from representative ancient authors.

LATN 102. Elementary Latin II. (4 Credits)

Introduction to syntax and vocabulary. Readings from representative ancient authors. Prerequisite LATN 101

LATN 201. Intermediate Latin. (4 Credits)

Review of grammar. Translation of extensive selections from Vergil's Aeneid and other poets. Prerequisite: LATN 102 (or equivalent)

General Education: COMP

LATN 333. Advanced Latin Readings. (2 or 4 Credits)

In-depth readings of selections of Latin literature, focusing on the classical periods of the Roman Republic and Empire. Emphasis will be placed on universal human themes expressed in the literature that shed light on cross-cultural connections between the ancient and modern worlds.

LATN 341. Ovid's Metamorphoses. (4 Credits)

Intensive readings of selections from Ovid's Metamorphoses, with particular attention to the similarities and differences between Greco-Roman myth and the Bible and to Ovid's historical and cultural context in the age of Augustus. Prerequisite: LATN 201 or competency.

Tags: LE

LATN 342. Apuleius' Metamorephoses and C.S. Lewis. (4 Credits)

Intensive readings of selections from Apuleius' Metamorphoses, with particular attention to the inset narrative of "Cupid and Psyche" and Lewis' retelling of it in his novel "Till We Have Faces", along with selections from the Latin letters of C.S. Lewis. Prerequisite: LATN 201 or competency.

Tags: LE

LATN 487. Topics in Latin Language and Literature. (2 Credits)

Varied subjects. Designated studies in specialized genres, literature, culture, comparative studies, or inter-disciplinary studies.

LATN 489. Topics in Latin Language and Literature. (4 Credits)

Varied subjects. Designated studies in specialized genres, literature, culture, comparative studies, or inter-disciplinary studies.

LATN 492. Independent Study in the Theory and Practice of Latin Pedagogy for Classical Schools. (4 Credits)

An independent course of study that combines observation and guest teaching in a local CCE school with the self-directed study of the history and theory of classical education. Students will develop their own materials for teaching Latin in a CCE school. Prerequisite: LATN 201, Instructor's permission required.

LATN 495. Independent Study. (1 to 4 Credits)

Department approval required.