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Course Catalog Descriptions: Classics | Classical Archaeology | Classical Linguistics | Greek | Latin

Spring 2014

Classics Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 12207 Packel, Adrian D T Th 08:30-09:20
BLD 392
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 12208 Gorey, Matthew M T Th 08:30-09:20
DEM 124
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 12209 Gorey, Matthew M T Th 09:30-10:20
LOW 202
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 12210 Xiaoran Luo 罗逍然 T Th 09:30-10:20
PAR 106
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 12211 Xiaoran Luo 罗逍然 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 311
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
F - 12212 Lissa Crofton-Sleigh T Th 09:30-10:20
DEN 317
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
G - 12213 Lissa Crofton-Sleigh T Th 11:30-12:20
SIG 230
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
H - 12214 Packel, Adrian D T Th 11:30-12:20
SMI 115
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 12215 Maki, Nicholas C. M W F 08:30-09:20
BLD 286
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 12216 Maki, Nicholas C. M W F 09:30-10:20
BLD 286
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 12217 Morgan Palmer M W F 09:30-10:20
DEN 317
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 12218 Morgan Palmer M W F 11:30-12:20
FSH 109
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 12219 Olga Levaniouk M W F 10:30-11:20
THO 101
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AA - 12220 Edward Bertany T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 309
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AB - 12221 Allison Das T Th 10:30-11:20
DEN 217
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AC - 12222 Edward Bertany T Th 11:30-12:20
DEN 217
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AD - 12223 Allison Das T Th 11:30-12:20
DEN 315
CLAS 328: Sex, Gender, And Representation In Greek And Roman Literature

Affirmation and inversion of gender roles in Greek and Roman literature, myths of male and female heroism; marginalization of female consciousness; interaction of gender, status, and sexual preference in love poetry. Readings from epic, drama, historiography, romance, and lyric.

I&S, VLPA
A - 12224 Stephen E. Hinds M W F 12:30-13:20
CMU 228
CLAS 328: Sex, Gender, And Representation In Greek And Roman Literature

Affirmation and inversion of gender roles in Greek and Roman literature, myths of male and female heroism; marginalization of female consciousness; interaction of gender, status, and sexual preference in love poetry. Readings from epic, drama, historiography, romance, and lyric.

I&S, VLPA
B - 12225 Stephen E. Hinds M W F 12:30-13:20
CMU 228
CLAS 360: Jews, Greeks, And Romans In The Ancient World

Examines the interactions between populations of Jews, Greeks, and Romans in the ancient Mediterranean from the late Bronze Age through the early Talmudic period, informed by perspectives from literature (religious and secular), art, and archaeology. Offered: jointly with JSIS C 360; AWSp.

VLPA
A - 12226 Sarah Culpepper Stroup MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MEB 235
CLAS 399: Study Abroad: Classics

For participants in Classics overseas study programs. Specific course content determined by assigned faculty member. Credit not applicable to majors in the Classics Department without approval.

VLPA
A - 12227 James J. Clauss to be arranged -
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CLAS 424: The Epic Tradition

Ancient and medieval epic and heroic poetry of Europe in English: the Iliad, Odyssey, and Aeneid; the Roland or a comparable work from the medieval oral tradition; pre-Greek forerunners, other Greco-Roman literary epics, and later medieval and Renaissance developments and adaptations of the genre. Choice of reading material varies according to instructor's preference. Offered: jointly with C LIT 424.

VLPA
A - 12228 Olga Levaniouk T Th 14:30-16:20
LOW 117
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA, W
A - 12229 Sarah Culpepper Stroup to be arranged -
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CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
B - 12230 Alexander Hollmann M W F 13:30-14:20
KNE 210
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

BA - 12231 Jessica Kapteyn T Th 12:30-13:20
DEN 209
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

BB - 12232 Jessica Kapteyn T Th 13:30-14:20
DEN 317
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

BC - 12233 Rachel Carlson T Th 12:30-13:20
MLR 302A
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

BD - 12234 Rachel Carlson T Th 13:30-14:20
MLR 302A
CLAS 435: The Ancient Novel

Reading and discussion of the principal Greek and Roman novels, the earliest European prose fiction, with attention to earlier literature and to imperial culture.

VLPA
A - 12235 Catherine M. Connors M W F 09:30-10:20
DEN 206
CLAS 490: Supervised Study

Individual study in classical topics by arrangement.

A - 12236 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 495: Senior Essay

Usually written in conjunction with another course in the final year of study in the major.

VLPA, W
A - 12237 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 510: Interdisciplinary Seminar In Classics

Advanced work on Greek and Latin studies in English translation. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 12238 Stephen E. Hinds T Th 16:00-17:50
DEN 210
CLAS 700: Master's Thesis
Catalog description not available.
A - 12239 to be arranged -
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CLAS 800: Doctoral Dissertation
Catalog description not available.
A - 12240 to be arranged -
* *

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 103: Elementary Latin

Reading of selections from classical Latin literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 102. Offered: Sp.

A - 15636 Eunice Kim MTWThF 10:30-11:20
SMI 313
LATIN 103: Elementary Latin

Reading of selections from classical Latin literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 102. Offered: Sp.

D - 15637 Brandon Jones MTWThF 11:30-12:20
DEN 317
LATIN 301: Latin Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to classical Latin. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Latin or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if LATIN 101 already taken. Prerequisite: LATIN 300. Offered: Sp.

A - 15638 Laura Zientek MTWThF 11:30-12:20
DEN 313
LATIN 307: Vergil

Selections from the first six books of the Aeneid; elementary exercises in Latin prose composition or metrics. Prerequisite: LATIN 306. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 15639 Catherine M. Connors MTW F 11:30-12:20
DEN 310
LATIN 451: Roman Satire

Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 15640 Sarah Culpepper Stroup T Th 16:00-17:20
PAR 120
LATIN 465: Roman Topography And Monuments

Study of the material remains of ancient Rome from the archaic period through the imperial age. Reading of source materials and inscriptions in Latin. Conducted in Rome. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 15641 Kathryn Topper to be arranged -
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LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 15642 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 15643 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 565: Seminar In Rome

Study of selected topics and authors in Latin literature. Conducted in Rome.

A - 15645 Kathryn Topper to be arranged -
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LATIN 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 15646 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 15647 to be arranged -
* *

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 103: Elementary Greek

Reading of selections from classical Greek literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: GREEK 102. Offered: Sp.

A - 14523 Deborah Kamen MTWThF 13:30-14:20
DEN 305
GREEK 307: Homer

Translation of selections from the Iliad or the Odyssey; Attic prose composition, metrics. Prerequisite: GREEK 306. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 14524 Olga Levaniouk MTW F 13:30-14:20
DEN 316
GREEK 424: Thucydides And The Peloponnesian War

Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 14525 Alain M. Gowing M W 16:00-17:20
SAV 141
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 14526 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 14527 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 508: Lysias And Demosthenes

Select speeches, oratorical theory, historical questions.

A - 14528 Deborah Kamen M W 16:00-17:50
DEN 210
GREEK 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 14529 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 14530 to be arranged -
* *

Summer 2014 A-term

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 300: Greek Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to Attic Greek. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Greek or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if GREEK 101 already taken. Offered: W.

A - 11668 Brandon Jones MTWThF 08:30-10:40
PAR 120

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 300: Latin Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to classical Latin. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Latin or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if LATIN 101 already taken. Offered: W.

A - 11987 Bridget Langley MTWThF 08:30-10:40
PAR 112

Classics Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CLAS 445: Greek And Roman Religion

Religion in the social life of the Greeks and Romans, with emphasis placed on their public rituals and festivals. Attention is given to the priesthoods, personal piety, rituals of purification and healing, and the conflict of religions in the early Roman Empire. Many lectures illustrated by slides. Recommended: JSIS B 201. Offered: jointly with JSIS C 445.

I&S, VLPA
A - 10807 Alexander Hollmann MTWThF 13:10-14:50
DEN 313

Summer 2014 B-term

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 301: Greek Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to Attic Greek. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Greek or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if GREEK 101 already taken. Prerequisite: GREEK 300. Offered: Sp.

A - 11669 Adriana Vazquez MTWThF 08:30-10:40
MGH 085

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 301: Latin Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to classical Latin. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Latin or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if LATIN 101 already taken. Prerequisite: LATIN 300. Offered: Sp.

A - 11988 Eunice Kim MTWThF 08:30-10:40
PAR 112

Summer 2014 Full-term

Classics Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 10787 Griggs, Karl C T Th 08:30-09:30
CDH 711A
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 10788 Miller, Daniel Abraham T Th 09:40-10:40
DEN 209
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 10789 Griggs, Karl C T Th 10:50-11:50
SWS B012
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 10790 Miller, Daniel Abraham T Th 12:00-13:00
DEM 124
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 10791 Packel, Adrian D T 19:00-21:00
BAG 108
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
F - 10792 Packel, Adrian D Th 19:00-21:00
BAG 108
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
G - 10793 O'donald, Megan April T Th 08:30-09:30
BLD 392
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
H - 10794 Gorey, Matthew M T Th 09:40-10:40
CMU B006
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
I - 10795 O'donald, Megan April T Th 10:50-11:50
MUS 219
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
J - 10796 Gorey, Matthew M T Th 12:00-13:00
CDH 711A
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 10797 Allison Das M W F 08:30-09:30
CDH 711A
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 10798 Rachel Carlson M W F 09:40-10:40
LOW 217
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 10799 Jessica Kapteyn M W F 10:50-11:50
MUS 219
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 10800 Jessica Kapteyn M W F 12:00-13:00
DEN 316
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 10801 Rachel Carlson M W F 08:30-09:30
BLD 392
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
F - 10802 Allison Das M W F 09:40-10:40
FTR 106
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 10805 Sarah Culpepper Stroup M W F 10:50-11:50
DEN 304
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
B - 10806 Sarah Culpepper Stroup to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 490: Supervised Study

Individual study in classical topics by arrangement.

A - 10808 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 495: Senior Essay

Usually written in conjunction with another course in the final year of study in the major.

VLPA, W
A - 10809 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 520: Seminar

Advanced comparative work on Greek and Latin materials studied in both original languages.

A - 10810 James J. Clauss M Th 15:00-17:10
DEN 210
CLAS 700: Master's Thesis
Catalog description not available.
A - 10811 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 800: Doctoral Dissertation
Catalog description not available.
A - 10812 to be arranged -
* *

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 461: Early Greek Literature

Readings and discussion of selected authors of the early Greek period. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 11670 Edward Bertany T Th 13:10-15:20
SAV 141
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 11671 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 11672 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 11673 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 11674 to be arranged -
* *

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 461: Latin Literature Of The Republic

Readings and discussion of selected authors from the era of the Roman Republic. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 11989 Sarah Culpepper Stroup M W 13:10-15:20
PAR 306
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 11990 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 11991 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 11992 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 11993 to be arranged -
* *