Latin Courses

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LATN 110 Latin I (4)
An introduction to the basic grammar principles: verb conjugations, noun declensions, adjective/adverb agreement, pronouns, active/passive voices, and the subjunctive.
LATN 111 Latin II (4)
A continuation of the study of verbs and verb conjugations, adverbs, relative clauses, the gerund, gerundive, and participle, and the dative case. An introduction to readings from the authors of the Golden Age of Latin literature, such as Caesar, Virgil, and Horace.
LATN 200/300 Special Topics in Latin (1-4)
Topics of interest and importance not covered by regularly scheduled courses.
LATN 401 Directed Studies (1-4)
A tutorial-based course used only for student-initiated proposals for intensive individual study of topics not otherwise offered in the Language Program. Requires consent of the instructor and school dean. This course is repeatable for credit.
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