101-102-103. Beginning Latin I, II, and III
Introduction to the language of ancient Rome, its empire, the middle ages, and the early modern world. Students will learn the essentials of grammar, vocabulary, and Roman history and culture through reading, speaking, and writing Latin; increase English vocabulary through Latin derivatives; and read selections from Latin writers from different eras. Offered two out of every three years. (Language)

205. Introduction to Latin Literature and Culture
Intensive engagement with a cultural topic through reading Latin texts of the Republic or Empire, in tandem with listening, speaking, or writing in the target language. Topics may include Roman comedy, Roman performance culture, Roman banquets, or Roman elections. Prerequisite: LAT 103. Offered two out of every three years. (Language)

280/380. Internship: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent Study Courses 280/380.

290/390. Individual Project: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent Study Courses 290/390.

291. Intermediate Tutorial
Topic selected by the student in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: LAT 102. Offered on request, subject to availability of faculty.

312. Age of Cicero
Fall of the Roman Republic, as seen through the eyes of Cicero and his contemporaries, Catullus, Lucretius, and Sallust. Prerequisite: LAT 205. Offered every third year. (Humanities)

313. Age of Augustus
Golden Age of Latin literature. Readings from Vergil, Horace, Ovid, or the Roman love elegists. Prerequisite: LAT 205. Offered every third year. (Humanities)

368. Roman Historians
Readings from Tacitus, Livy, or Caesar in order to assess the Romans' contribution to and influence upon the writing of history. Prerequisite: LAT 205. Offered every third year. (Humanities)

391. Advanced Tutorial
Topic selected by the student in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: LAT 291. Offered on request, subject to availability of faculty.

511. Latin Reading Group (1/4)
Maintenance of Latin language skills through reading a variety of Roman authors. Texts selected in consultation with the participating students. Course meets once a week for a semester. Prerequisite: LAT 102 or permission of instructor. (CR)