Latin (LAT)

LAT 101  Elementary Latin I  (3 credits)  

An introduction to the fundamentals of classical Latin, including introductory readings.

Course Rotation: NYC: TBA.
LAT 101M  Elementary Latin I  (3 credits)  

Nothing enriches our understanding of today's world and how we perceive ourselves better than a study of the civilization and language from which it seems. This learning community will allow students to explore the wonders of ancient Rome and the Romans as well as learn their language, Latin, and discover the ties which bind both the people and their civilization to today's world.

LAT 102  Elementary Latin II  (3 credits)  

An introduction to the fundamentals of classical Latin, including introductory readings.

Course Rotation: NYC: TBA.
Prerequisites: LAT 101 or 2 years of high school Latin.
LAT 103  Intermediate Latin I  (3 credits)  
LAT 104  Intermediate Latin II  (3 credits)  
LAT 154A  Topic: Culture And Civilization of Ancient Rome  (3 credits)  

A continuation of principles established during the first year with selected readings. Course Conducted in English.

LAT 250  Topics: From Roman Literature in Translation  (3 credits)  

Course conducted in English.

LAT 251  Topics: From Roman Literature in Translation  (3 credits)  

Course conducted in English.

LAT 251A  Topics: From Roman Literature in Translation: Women in Classical Literature  (3 credits)  

Course conducted in English.

LAT 395  Independent Study in Latin  (1-9 credits)  
Prerequisites: One 300-level course.