Classics: Latin (CL)

CL 110 -  Elementary Latin  
Credits: 4  

An introductory course in the essentials of the Latin language with emphasis upon mastery of grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.

Note(s): Fulfills the Foreign Language requirement; fulfills Language Study requirement.  
CL 210 -  Intermediate Latin  
Credits: 4  

A review of Latin syntax, complemented by reading selected works by such authors as Caesar, Cicero, or Livy.

Prerequisites: CL 110 or permission of the chair.   
Note(s): Fulfills the Foreign Language requirement; fulfills Language Study requirement.  
CL 300 -  300 Level Elective  
Credits: 3  
CL 310 -  Seminar in Latin Poetry  
Credits: 4  

Advanced reading and critical examination in Latin of the works of one of the following Latin poets or dramatists: Catullus, Horace, Juvenal, Lucretius, Plautus, Ovid, Terence, or Virgil.

Prerequisites: CL 210 or permission of the chair.   
Note(s): This course may be taken more than once. Fulfills the Foreign Language requirement; fulfills Language Study requirement.  
CL 311 -  Seminar in Latin Prose Literature  
Credits: 4  

Advanced reading and critical examination in Latin of he works of one of the following Latin prose authors: Caesar, Cicero, Livy, Petronius, Pliny, Suetonius, or Tacitus.

Prerequisites: CL 210 or permission of the chair. This course may be taken more than once. (Fulfills the foreign language requirement; fulfills language study.)Advanced reading and critical examination in Latin of he works of one of the following Latin prose authors: Caesar, Cicero, Livy, Petronius, Pliny, Suetonius, or Tacitus.   
Note(s): This course may be taken more than once. Fulfills the Foreign Language requirement; fulfills Language Study requirement.