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Classical Languages

Our students consider religion, philosophy, mythology, politics, history, drama and film, art and architecture, and ideas about class, race, and gender.


Course Requirements

Classical Languages (18 credits minimum) 

LATN 1101-1102 Elementary Latin I-II (6 credits) 
LATN 2101-2102 Intermediate Latin I-II (6 credits)
GREK 1205-3395 Greek Electives (choose two) (6 credits)

Students entering college with intermediate or advanced competency in Latin may substitute 6-12 credits of advanced Latin for LATN 1101-1102, LATN 2101-2102.

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Our faculty conduct internationally recognized research and innovative, technologically-enhanced instruction. Grounded in practical experience but exploring the frontiers of their disciplines, they define the nature of academic excellence.

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Sean Lake
Instructor of Classical Studies
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