LAT 1301, Elementary Latin
The basic elements of classical Latin grammar and Roman culture, with readings emphasizing ethics, history, morality, philosophy, and mythology.
LAT 1302, Elementary Latin II
Prerequisite(s): LAT 1301 or two units of high school Latin. Continuation of LAT 1301.
LAT 2310, Intermediate Latin
Prerequisite(s): LAT 1302 or three units of high school Latin, or by petition. Selections from Latin prose authors, such as Cicero; review of inflection and syntax.
LAT 2320, Intermediate Latin II
Prerequisite(s): LAT 2310. Selections from Latin poets, such as Virgil and Catullus; review of inflection and syntax.
LAT 3309. Ovid's Metamorphoses
Prerequisite(s): LAT 2320 or consent of instructor. Study of Ovid's epic poem, Metamorphoses.
LAT 4310, Augustus: Reading the Ancient Sources
Prerequisite(s): LAT 2310 and 2320; or consent of instructor. Readings in Latin on the life and times of the Roman emperor Augustus.
LAT 4V01, Readings from Latin Literature
1 to 3 sem. hrs. Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor. Latin authors to be read are selected to meet the needs of the student. With content changed, this course may be repeated up to a total of nine semester hours.
Our Greek courses are typically double-listed. The Classical Greek (GKC) and Biblical Greek (GKB) tracks have separate enrollment numbers for registration, but the two tracks are taught concurrently in a single section with identical course content.
GKC, GKB 1301, Elementary Greek
The basic elements of Classical and Koine Greek grammar and culture, emphasizing both Classical and New Testament authors.
GKC, GKB 1302, Elementary Greek II
Prerequisite(s): GKC 1301. Continuation of GKC 1301.
GKC, GKB 2320, Intermediate Greek II
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310. Readings in Homer's Odyssey with continued emphasis on Greek syntax.
GKC 3307, Sicilian Narratives
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310 and 2320 or consent of instructor. Readings in ancient Greek associated with the island of Sicily. Readings will come from authors such as Homer, Euripides, or Thucydides.
GKC, GKB 3351, Advanced New Testament Greek
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310 and 2320. The letter-form, a genre common in Greek and Roman literature and the dominant structural form of the New Testament, as exemplified in the Pauline and General Epistles.
GKC 3354, Apocalyptic Literature
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310 and 2320. Apocalyptic literature of the New Testament, including selections from the Gospels, Jude, the Epistles of Peter, the Shepherd of Hermas and the Revelation of John.
GKC 4301, Readings from Greek Literature
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor. Readings from Greek authors including either Classical authors or portions of the New Testament, and related background texts. With content changed, this course may be repeated up to a total of nine semester hours.
GKC 4351, Gospels and New Testmnt Criticsm
Prerequisite(s): GKC 2310 and 2320. Readings in the Gospels emphasizing the history of New Testament criticism and interpretation. Attention will also be given to the writings of the Church Fathers, as well as to recent methodologies.
CLA 3301, Roman Civilization
The customs, religious beliefs, institutions and literature of ancient Rome. Readings in translation include Virgil, Cicero, Tacitus, and/or Seneca.
CLA 3380, Classical Mythology
Detailed study of the myths of the Greeks and Romans; Greek and Roman personal religion and folklore. (No credit toward the foreign language requirement.)
CLA 3381, Medical Terminology
Study of the medical vocabulary of English, based upon Greek and Latin prefixes, stems, and suffixes.