Latin

Current Course Offerings

Winter 2016

LATN101 First-Year Latin I Sections

Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part I.

First-Year Latin I For students with no previous knowledge of Latin. NOTE: Only 6 credits of language courses may count toward the lower-level Medieval Studies requirements.
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Winter 2016

LATN102 First-Year Latin II Sections

Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part II.

First-Year Latin II Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part II.
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Winter 2016

LATN201 Second-Year Latin I Sections

Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part I.

Second-Year Latin I Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part I.
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Winter 2016

LATN202 Second-Year Latin II Sections

Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part II, and an introduction to the reading of unadapted passages of Latin literature.

Second-Year Latin II Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part II, and an introduction to the reading of unadapted passages of Latin literature.
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Winter 2016
No LATN course(s) were found for W2016 term.
Winter 2016
No LATN course(s) were found for W2016 term.

Courses Offered in Other Terms

LATN101

First-Year Latin I
For students with no previous knowledge of Latin. NOTE: Only 6 credits of language courses may count toward the lower-level Medieval Studies requirements.

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LATN102

First-Year Latin II
Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part II.

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LATN201

Second-Year Latin I
Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part I.

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LATN202

Second-Year Latin II
Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part II, and an introduction to the reading of unadapted passages of Latin literature.

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LATN300

An intensive course in the fundamentals of Latin grammar and syntax. Designed for students who wish to acquire a knowledge of basic Latin in one year for background in their own discipline or who plan to proceed to Medieval Latin (Latin 305). Not a credit towards a major in Medieval Studies or a major or honours degree in Classics. Students may not receive credit for both Latin 100 and 300.

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LATN305

Introduction to medieval Latin language and literature. Development of a reading knowledge of medieval Latin through selections from major authors and genres after 400 AD For Latin major and honours students, approval of the departmental advisor is required. Offered intermittently. Prerequisite: Latin 200 or 300. Cross listed as: RELG 320.

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Winter 2016

LATN101 First-Year Latin I Sections

Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part I.

LATN102 First-Year Latin II Sections

Classical Latin for students with no previous knowledge of Latin, Part II.

LATN201 Second-Year Latin I Sections

Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part I.

LATN202 Second-Year Latin II Sections

Completion of the grammatical foundations of classical Latin, Part II, and an introduction to the reading of unadapted passages of Latin literature.

LATN350 Latin Literature of the Classical Period (Prose) Sections

Readings in Latin Prose.

LATN351 Latin Literature of the Classical Period (Verse) Sections

Readings in Latin Verse.

LATN402A Latin Verse - LATIN VERSE Sections

Studies in narrative verse, comedy, satire, elegiac and lyric poetry. May be repeated for up to 12 credits. It is recommended that the corequisite course be completed prior to LATN 402.

LATN502A Latin Verse - LATIN VERSE Sections

Narrative verse, comedy, satire, elegiac and lyric poetry. Credit will not be given for both LATN 402 and LATN 502.

LATN549B Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

LATN550A Directed Studies - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

LATN550B Directed Studies - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

LATN550C Directed Studies - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

LATN649 Doctoral Dissertation Sections