The major requires 21 hours of courses in Latin or Greek numbered 300 or above. At least 2 courses at this level must be taken in each language. Normally, no more than 6 hours of 399 credit may count towards major requirements. A minor is required, and may be any Plan A minor offered by the College with the consent of the adviser.
- LATN 101. Elementary Latin I (5 cr)
- LATN 102. Elementary Latin II (5 cr)
- LATN 201. Accelerated Latin (3 cr)
- LATN 301. Latin Prose I (3 cr)
- LATN 302. Latin Poetry I (3 cr)
- LATN 303. Latin Prose II (3 cr)
- LATN 304. Latin Poetry II (3 cr)
- LATN 350. The Vulgate: The Latin Bible (3 cr)
- LATN 399. Independent Study in Latin (1-6 cr)
- LATN 399H. Honors Course (1-4 cr)
- LATN 491/891. Topics in Roman Prose (3 cr)
- LATN 492/892. Topics in Roman Poetry (3 cr)
- GREK 101. Elementary Greek I (5 cr)
- GREK 102. Elementary Greek II (5 cr)
- GREK 361. Homer (3 cr)
- GREK 371. Xenophon (3cr)
- GREK 372. Plato (3 cr)
- GREK 373. New Testament Greek (3 cr)
- GREK 399. Independent Study in Greek (1-6 cr)
- GREK 399H. Honors Course (1-4 cr)
- GREK 491/891. Topics in Greek Prose (3 cr)
- GREK 492/892. Topics in Greek Poetry (3cr)
Program Assessment. In order to assist the department in evaluating the effectiveness of its programs, majors will be required:
1. To assemble and maintain a portfolio to include the syllabus and a copy of all written exams and assignments for each course applied toward the major.
2. In their senior year, to complete a written exit survey.
The undergraduate adviser will inform students of the scheduling and format of assessment activities.
Results of participation in these assessment activities will in no way affect a student's GPA or graduation.
Requirements for the Minor in Greek or Latin
Twelve (12) hours in Greek or Latin numbered 300 or above.
Greek Course Offerings
Latin Course Offerings