LATN 1014 (4). Beginning Latin 1.
Introduces basic grammar and vocabulary. For students with no previous knowledge of Latin.

LATN 1024 (4). Beginning Latin 2.
Completes the presentation of grammar, incorporates review of fundamentals, and introduces reading of literature. For students with previous experience of Latin. Recommended, LATN 1014 or equivalent.

LATN 2004 (3). Accelerated Latin 1.
Intensive introductory course in Latin including a survey of grammar and practice reading and writing. No previous knowledge of Latin is required.

LATN 2044 (3). Accelerated Latin 2.
Continuation of LATN 2004. Reading of advanced texts: Caesar, Cicero, Ovid and others. Recommended, LATN 2004.

LATN 2114 (4). Intermediate Latin 1.
Readings from an intermediate level prose author, e.g. Caesar or Cicero, with review of grammar. Recommended, LATN 1024 or equivalent. Approved for GT-AH4. Meets MAPS requirement for foreign language.

LATN 2124 (3). Intermediate Latin 2.
Selections from Virgil's Aeneid with attention to literary form and context as well as advanced grammar and syntax. Recommended, LATN 2114 or equivalent.

LATN 3014 (3). Introduction to Latin Prose.
Author or topic in Latin specified in the online Schedule Planner (e.g., Cicero, Livy, Pliny). May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours for different topics.

LATN 3024 (3). Introduction to Latin Poetry.
Author or topic in Latin specified in the online Schedule Planner (e.g., Virgil, Ovid, Catullus, Horace). May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours for different topics.

LATN 4014 (3). Topics in Latin Prose.
Author or topic in Latin specified in the online Schedule Planner (e.g., Roman historians, Roman epistolography, Cicero, Roman novel). May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours for different topics. Recommended prereq., LATN 3014 and 3024, or equivalent. Same as LATN 5014.

LATN 4024 (3). Latin Prose Composition.
Reviews grammar and syntax. Introduces Latin prose style and composition. Recommended prereq., LATN 3014 and 3024, or equivalent. Same as LATN 5024.

LATN 4044 (3). Topics in Latin Poetry.
Author or topic in Latin specified in the online Schedule Planner (e.g., Roman elegy, Neronian poetry, Lucretius, Roman satire). May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours on different topics. Recommended prerequ., LATN 3014 and 3024, or equivalent. Same as LATN 5044.

LATN 4084 (3). Survey of Latin Literature Part 2: Imperial.
Covers Imperial Roman literary history from the mid-late Augustan Period to the start of Late Antiquity. Students read principal surviving works of Imperial Roman poetry and prose in the original Latin. Recommended. LATN 3014 and 3024 or equivalent. Same as LATN 5084.

LATN 4094 (3). Survey of Roman Literature Part 1: the Republic.
Introduces Roman literary history from its origins to the 30s BCE. Students read principal surviving works of Roman Republican poetry and prose in the original Latin. Recommended, LATN 3014 and 3024 or equivalent. Same as LATN 5094.

LATN 4824 (3). Latin Teaching Methods: Open Topics.
Covers specialized topics in Latin pedagogy specified in the online Schedule Planner. Same as LATN 5824.

LATN 4844 (1-3). Independent Study.
May be repeated for a total of 7 credit hours.

LATN 5014 (3). Topics in Latin Prose.
Same as LATN 4014. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 5024 (3). Latin Prose Composition.
Same as LATN 4024. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 5044 (3). Topics in Latin Poetry.
Same as LATN 4044. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 5084 (3). Survey of Latin Literature Part 2: Imperial.
Same as LATN 4084.  Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 5094 (3). Survey of Latin Literature Part 1: the Republic.
Same as LATN 4094. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 5404 (3). Special Project: Teaching.
Trains students to prepare classroom-ready materials, to be tested in the students' own classroom. Required of master's candidates (teaching of Latin option). Prereq., fulfillment of the remaining requirements for MA (teaching of Latin) or 27 hours of graduate work in classics.

LATN 5824 (3). Latin Teaching Methods: Open Topics.
Same as LATN 4824. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 6004 (3). Graduate Reading.
Author or topic specified in the online Schedule Planner. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours for different topics. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 6844 (1-3). Graduate Independent Study.May be repeated for a total of 7 credit hours. Restricted to graduate students only.

LATN 7014 (3). Graduate Seminar in Latin Literature.
May be repeated for a total of 7 credit hours. Restricted to graduate students only.