LAT 201 Latin III
Nostis Latin modicum?
Want to delve deeper into the language, its classical texts, and Roman culture? Then this course is for you. It’s designed for students who have successfully completed three years of high school Latin.
Through further study of idioms, rhetoric, and increasingly complex syntax, your reading ability and comprehension will rise to the next level, and you’ll develop an appreciation for the eloquence of Latin prose style.
LAT 310 Latin Prose Authors
Continue to enhance your language abilities by tackling the great texts!
In this course, you will develop your Latin skills by reading Catullus and other Roman authors. You’ll also read about the history of the late Republic and Early Empire.
Selections from other prose authors will be introduced throughout the course for review, sight reading, and parallel purposes.
LAT 320 Latin Poets
Not your average poetry class, LAT 320 takes Latin to the next level. Hone your Latin skills by reading Catullus, Lucretius, and other great Roman authors.
In addition, you also will learn how to scan and read the Latin meters of the poems you’re reading, and you will perform some brief English-to-Latin translation exercises.
What better way to learn this ancient language, so fundamental to Western culture and science?