Latin

Latin Minor

Latin Minor Requirements

The Latin minor consists of 18 term hours. There are two possible paths to earn the Latin minor:

(1) 15 hours of language training (beginning with the intermediate level or higher) as well as one course in ancient culture, history or literature.

6 hours from the intermediate level, or equivalent:

  • LATN 2311
  • LATN 2312
9 hours from the advanced level:

  • LATN 3323
  • LATN 3324
  • LATN 3325
  • LATN 3326
  • LATN 3327
3 hours from these supporting courses:

  • HIST 3355 (CF 3325) Class and Gender in Ancient Society
  • HIST 3356 The Individual and Society in Antiquity
  • HIST 3361 Roman History and the Roman Mind
  • HIST 3354 Warfare and Diplomacy in Antiquity
  • HIST 3350 Life in the Medieval World (AD 306-1095)
  • CF 3392 (ARHS 3318) Currents in Classical Civilization
  • CF 3346 (RELI 3352) Love and Death in Ancient Mythology
  • CFA 3307 (RELI 3371) Religion and Culture in the Greco-Roman World
  • CLAS 2311 Myth and Thought in the Ancient World
  • ARHS 3312 Etruscan and Roman Art
  • ARHS 3314 Art and Architecture of Ancient Pompeii
  • ARHS 3316 Art in Rome
  • ARHS 3319 Art of the Roman Empire
  • ENGL 3382 Heroic Visions: The Epic Poetry of Homer and Vergil

Please consult with Professor Rawlins for other options.

OR

(2) 18 hours of language training (beginning with the intermediate level or higher)

6 hours from the intermediate level, or equivalent:

  • LATN 2311
  • LATN 2312
12 hours from the advanced level:

  • LATN 3323
  • LATN 3324
  • LATN 3325
  • LATN 3326
  • LATN 3327