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Elementary Latin I (LAT101) 4 Credits

Introduction to the basic grammar and vocabulary of the Latin language. Practice reading and translating Latin into English. Prerequisites: None.

SUN# LAT1101
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14170 Spring 2016 Glendale
LA 103
In Person 01/19/2016- 05/13/2016 Tu,Th 7:10PM- 9:00PM
  • W. Lansburg
22 of 24 Seats Available

Elementary Latin II (LAT102) 4 Credits

Comparative study of English and Latin grammar. Emphasis on analytical thinking, memorization, and familiarization with new terminology. Translation from English and from original works in Latin. Prerequisites: LAT101 or permission of Department or Division.
Completion of prerequisites within the last three years is required.

SUN# LAT1102
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
14165 Spring 2016 Glendale
Online Class
Internet 01/19/2016- 05/13/2016 N/A N/A
  • W. Lansburg
20 of 20 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: Class 14165 is an Online course. Students must register by the start date of the class. All online courses in the World Languages department start on a Saturday. Check the start date above. Students must log in to the Canvas site for the course by Friday of the first week of class. Students who do not log in and start their course work by Friday of the first week of class will be withdrawn from the course. Logging in to Canvas will act as verification of attendance. Extensive web-based instructional materials will be used. This class is suggested for self-motivated students with strong time-management and study habits. Students should be able to learn concepts by reading about them. For information about how to get started, go to and click the "Login To Canvas" link at the bottom of the page (

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