LATIN 101. Students with very little or (preferably) no Latin should enroll in Latin 101.
LATIN 201: Latin 201 is an appropriate choice for students who have recently studied two years of Latin and for students who have complete more than two years who need grammar review and practice reading.
LATIN 2XX: All 300 level courses in Greek and Latin are also offered as 200 level courses. Students who have completed 201 or its equivalent who want to work on their language skills more before taking a 300 level course may take one course beyond 201 at the 200 level. So, for example, an entering student who has taken sufficient high school Latin but does not feel comfortable taking Latin 388 in the fall may take Latin 288 instead.
LATIN AT THE 300 level: 300 LEVEL courses are appropriate for first-year students who have taken and done well in either a solid fourth or fifth year Latin course or A.P. Latin. Placement at the 300 level does not exempt a student from the language requirement; completion of the foreign language requirement solely by virtue of placement will require an interview with a member of the Latin faculty.
ANCIENT GREEK: Please contact Dr. Cheshire for questions about placement in Ancient Greek.
Offered only in the fall:
Offered only in th spring: