LAT 101. Begining Latin I. (3 Credits)

LAT 102. Beginning Latin II. (3 Credits)

LAT 103. Latin Words & Phrases. (3 Credits)

LAT 104. Latin Words & Phrases II. (3 Credits)

LAT 105. Latin I:Basic Grammar & Vocabu. (3 Credits)

provides a foundation in elementary Latin grammar and vocabulary. The class provides the framework for a deeper understanding of English, through the study of Latin models. In addition to grammar and vocabulary study in Wheelock’s Latin, the class also reads Livy’s Early History of Rome (in English translation) to explore the beginnings of the Roman culture. No previous study, or knowledge of Latin is assumed for this course. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

LAT 106. Latin II:Basic Grammar & Vocab. (3 Credits)

is a continuation of LAT 105, concluding the Wheelock grammar text, and reading further into Livy’s cultural history of Rome. The students of LAT 106 will have an increased awareness of the reason for many of the rules governing standard English, as well as a firm foundation in the noble Latin language. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 105 or approval of instructor.

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

LAT 200. Independent Study in Latin. (1-12 Credits)

LAT 201. SURVEY OF LATIN LIT. (3 Credits)

LAT 202. SURVEY LATIN LIT. (3 Credits)

LAT 204. Latin Words & Phrases I. (3 Credits)

LAT 205. Intermediate Latin I. (3 Credits)

reviews and builds upon the vocabulary and grammar introduced in LAT 105 and LAT 106. The emphasis shifts to the translation of specific passages from Roman authors. The course introduces a more intensive study of language itself, discrete from a continuing comparative study of Latin’s relationship to English. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 106 or approval of instructor.

Offered at: CUW

LAT 206. Intermediate Latin II. (3 Credits)

is a continuation of LAT 205. The student translates more complex passages, and is introduced to various difficult idioms of the Latin language usually associated with poetic structure. The course compares and contrasts the syntactic and linguistic Latin styles of various Roman authors. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 205 or approval of instructor.

Offered at: CUW

LAT 209. Latin Words & Phrases II. (3 Credits)

LAT 211. LATIN LITERATURE II. (3 Credits)

LAT 300. IND STUDY IN LATIN. (3 Credits)

LAT 301. THE VULGATE. (3 Credits)

LAT 305. Readings in Latin I. (3 Credits)

is designed for the student who is comfortable with translating Latin poetry and prose into English. Representative authors for this class include Caesar, Catullus, Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus. The student also sees how these authors have influenced the culture of not only their own world, but of the present age. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 206 or approval of instructor.

LAT 306. Readings in Latin II. (3 Credits)

is a continuation of LAT 305, and is designed for the student who is comfortable with translating Latin poetry and prose into English. Representative authors for this class include Caesar, Catullus, Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus. The student also sees how these authors have influenced the culture of not only their own world, but of the present age. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 305 or approval of instructor.

Offered at: CUW

LAT 345. Latin Church Fathers. (3 Credits)

focuses on a single author, whose Latin writings will be explored in depth. Grammar and syntactical styles associated with this writer will be examined, as will the content of the texts, and how they relate to the culture of today. The student and the teacher will together decide on the Roman authors include Jerome, Augustine, Virgil, Petronius, Cicero, Caesar, Horace, Pliny, and Seneca. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 346. Medieval Authors. (3 Credits)

also focuses on a single author, whose Latin writings will be explored in depth. The Latin writer for LAT 406 will be different than the one chosen by the student and professor for LAT 405, but will focus on a similar in depth study of this author’s use of language and importance to culture. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 385. Special Topics Roman Culture I. (3 Credits)

explores a various aspects of the Roman world’s impact on the world’s culture in the 21st Century. The student will read and explicate various Latin texts in a thematic study. Topics could include Rome’s impact on theater, government, literature, or architecture. The topics will be determined by the student and the teacher. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 386. SpecTopics in Roman Cult II. (3 Credits)

also explores various aspects of the Roman world’s impact on the world’s culture in the 21st Century, but one different from the topic studied in LAT 305. The student will read and explicate various Latin texts in a thematic study. Topics could include Rome’s impact on theater, government, literature, or architecture. The topics will be determined by the student and the teacher. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 404. EPIC POETRY. (2 Credits)

LAT 405. Advanced Latin Grammar Prose. (3 Credits)

is a course of brief passages by different authors designed to challenge the student’s acuity with Latin grammar and syntax. Through these readings, the student will learn more about the language’s idiosyncratic nature, and the manner with which different Roman authors would use Latin in unique stylistic ways to great effect. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 406. Advanced Latin Grammar Poetry. (3 Credits)

is also a course made up of poems by different authors designed to challenge the student’s acuity with Latin grammar and syntax. However, Roman poetry provides even greater challenges than Latin prose. Through a close examination of various poems, the student will learn more about the language’s idiosyncratic nature, and the manner with which different Roman poets would use Latin in unique stylistic ways to great effect. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 407. Advan Latin Grammar & Composit. (3 Credits)

LAT 445. Ind Study in Lat I:Grammar. (3 Credits)

invites the excelling student of Latin to create a course of study which will focus on an advanced exploration of grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. Potential subjects to be approached could be the Roman’s use of the locative case or the changing function of the subjunctive mood. The topic will be determined by the student and the teacher. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.

LAT 446. Ind Study in Latin II:Culture. (3 Credits)

invites the excelling student of Latin to create a course of study which will focus on an advanced exploration of the Roman culture, based upon the writings of Latin authors. Potential subjects to be approached could be the Roman government’s treatment of its people, the role of “bread and circuses” in Rome, and the importance of the aquifer to Rome’s world, and today’s. The topic will be determined by the student and the teacher. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: LAT 306 or approval of instructor.