LATN 2119 Latin Institute
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as LAT 1.9.
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20 hours; 12 credits
Rapid, intensive introduction to the forms and syntax of Latin and to major authors and literary genres read in the original. History of Latin literature and methods of literary criticism. In the literature section, students choose to concentrate on either classical or medieval authors. This program covers the entire sequence through course 3112  and satisfies the college language requirement. Eleven-week summer course taught at the Graduate Center.
Prerequisite: application to and permission of the director of the Latin/Greek Institute.
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