Latin (LATN)

LATN 501  - Latin Drama  (3 Credits)  

Selected plays of Plautus and Terence.

LATN 502  - Cicero  (3 Credits)  

Readings from a variety of Cicero’s works to gain a concept of the man as a humanist.

LATN 504  - Horace  (3 Credits)  

Readings from the Odes.

LATN 508  - Ovid  (3 Credits)  

Selected readings from the Metamorphoses.

LATN 513  - Tacitus  (3 Credits)  

Agricola or selections from the Annales.

LATN 514  - Livy  (3 Credits)  

Readings from Ab Urbe Condita.

LATN 525  - Roman Satire  (3 Credits)  

Readings in Horace, Juvenal, and Petronius.

LATN 530  - Latin Erotic Poetry  (3 Credits)  

Readings from the elegies of Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid.

LATN 537  - Lucretius  (3 Credits)  

Readings from the De Rerum Natura.

LATN 540  - Renaissance Latin  (3 Credits)  

An examination of several genres of Latin writing from Europe during the period 1400-1600, emphasizing, but not limited to, Italian writers.

LATN 551  - History of Latin Literature from the Origins to the Golden Age  (3 Credits)  

Readings from the Twelve Tables to Virgil, supplemented by readings in history and scholarship. Designed to prepare majors and honors students for further study.

LATN 552  - History of Latin Literature in the Silver Age  (3 Credits)  

Readings from Ovid to Ammianus, supplemented by readings in history and scholarship. Designed to prepare majors and honors students for further study.

LATN 560  - Independent Study  (1-3 Credits)  

Special projects for independent study and research.

LATN 561  - Independent Study  (1-3 Credits)  

Special projects for independent study and research.

LATN 580  - Teaching Advanced Latin in Secondary School  (3 Credits)  

Methods and materials for teaching the Latin Advanced Placement courses in secondary school.

LATN 614  - Intensive Grammar Review in Latin  (3 Credits)  

Intensive grammar review for non-majors; designed as preparation for LATN 615.

LATN 615  - Intensive Readings in Latin  (3 Credits)  

Intensive reading for non-majors. Graduate students fulfill their foreign-language reading requirement with successful completion of the course. Undergraduates may take the course as an elective only.

LATN 703  - Medieval Latin  (3 Credits)  

Survey of the survival of the classical tradition in the middle ages from the birth of Ammianus Marcellinus to the fall of Constantinople (A.D. 330-1453).

LATN 775  - Seminars on Selected Topics in Foreign Language Education  (3 Credits)  

Topics will be identified by title in the schedule of classes. Each topic may be taken only once.

LATN 790  - Directed Reading and Research  (3 Credits)