Latin

Oxford’s Latin courses will reveal to you the essential elements of classical Latin. This groundwork will enable you to read and understand literary works rapidly.

Latin 101

LATIN 101—ELEMENTARY LATIN I (HAL)

Fall. Credit, four hours. Introduction to the fundamental principles of classical Latin. Students will attain as rapidly as possible the ability to read and understand literary works.

Latin 102

LATIN 102—ELEMENTARY LATIN II (HAL)

Spring. Credit, four hours. Prerequisite: Latin 101 or equivalent. Continuation of Latin 101. Further study of Latin forms and syntax, followed by readings, from one or more authors.

Latin 201

LATIN 201—INTERMEDIATE LATIN I (HAL)

Fall. Credit, three hours. Prerequisite: Latin 102 or equivalent. A review of grammar and an introduction to Latin prose through selections from one or more authors such as Caesar, Apuleius, and Livy.

Latin 202

LATIN 202—INTERMEDIATE LATIN II (HAL)

Spring. Credit, three hours. Prerequisite: Latin 201 or equivalent. Selected readings in the poetry of Virgil and others, with attention to poetic art as well as grammar and syntax.

Latin 398R

LATIN  398R—SUPERVISED READING IN LATIN

Credit. Four hours. Advanced supervised study in Latin and literature. This is a repeatable course.