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LATIN (B.A.)Consult Department of Classics about these and other programs involving LAT courses.
Major program: M14511 (6 full courses or their equivalent)
Minor program: R14511 (4 full courses or their equivalent)
For Distribution Requirement purposes, all LAT courses are classified as HUMANITIES courses.
An intensive introduction to Latin for students who have no knowledge of the language; preparation for the reading of Latin literature.
An intensive language course for students who have some Latin, but have not reached OAC level. This course is equivalent to the second term of LAT 100Y.
Reading of selections of prose works with systematic language study.
Continued language training with readings in Latin prose and verse.
Roman comedy, with reading of a play of Plautus and a play of Terence.
Reading of three books of the Metamorphoses, with discussion of Ovid's literary achievement.
The poems of Catullus, with emphasis on their literary quality.
Readings from Cicero, the equivalent of two short speeches.
An introduction to the writing of history in Rome and in particular to Livy, Ab Urbe Condita. The focus is upon either Book 1, Book 21, or Book 30.
A survey of the prose and poetry of the Middle Ages with emphasis on the linguistic features of mediaeval Latin.
Further study of Latin in the Middle Ages.
A course designed to enhance language skills. Prose composition, sight translation, stylistic analysis of Latin prose.
Virgil's literary achievement, with emphasis on the Aeneid and with representative readings from the Eclogues and Georgics.
Study of selected poems from the elegiac corpus (Propertius, Tibullus, Ovid).
Readings from the Odes and Epistles.
Roman satire with reading of satires by Horace, Persius, and Juvenal.
Readings from De Rerum Natura.
Readings from Seneca, Petronius, and Pliny.
Readings from Histories and Annals.
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