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Summer Study

Summer 2021

The University of Washington is one of the few institutions in the West where basic first-year Greek and Latin are available in one Summer Quarter. Students completing intensive Greek or Latin courses earn 10 quarter credits. These courses prepare students to continue the language at the intermediate level. Please note that all classes will be offered remotely. 

Dates of Instruction

  • Full term: June 21-Aug. 20
  • A-term: June 21-July 21
  • B-term: July 21-Aug. 20

Classes in Greek

* ACCELERATED GREEK (GREEK 300 A-term, 103 B-term)  First year Classical Greek taught at an accelerated pace. Daily 8:30-10:40 a.m., 5 credits per course. Open to high school students

UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR  Readings from the Old and New Testaments in Greek and Latin (GREEK 405). TTh 2:20-4:50 p.m., 5 credits. (Jointly offered with CLAS 405 and LATIN 405) Prof. James Clauss

Classes in Latin

* ACCELERATED LATIN (LATIN 300 A-term, 103 B-term) First year Latin taught at an accelerated pace. Daily 8:30-10:40 a.m., 5 credits per course. Open to high school students.

UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR  Readings from the Old and New Testaments in Greek and Latin (LATIN 405). TTh 2:20-4:50 p.m., 5 credits. (Jointly offered with CLAS 405 and LATIN 405) Prof. James Clauss

Classes in English

* LATIN AND GREEK IN CURRENT USE (CLAS 101)  All sections taught asynchronously. 2 credits, no auditors.

* BIOSCIENTIFIC VOCABULARY BUILDING FROM LATIN AND GREEK (CLAS 205)  All sections taught asynchronously, 3 credits, no auditors.

SOCIETY AND STATUS IN GREECE AND ROME (CLAS 320) TTh 8:30am - 10:50am, 5 credits.

UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR  Readings from the Old and New Testaments in Greek and Latin (CLAS 405). TTh 2:20-4:50 p.m., 5 credits. (Jointly offered with CLAS 405 and LATIN 405) Prof. James Clauss

* GREEK AND ROMAN MYTHOLOGY (CLAS 430) Taught asynchronously, 3 credits.

* Indicates a course with no prerequisite. Many courses have no prerequisites and require no previous study of Greek or Latin.

For more information, visit or contact the Department of Classics, 262 Denny Hall, 206-543-2266, clasdept@uw.edu.

IT’S EASY TO ATTEND UW SUMMER QUARTER!

Summer Sessions at the University of Washington offers the opportunity for anyone to take a course at one of the world’s top universities. Find a course that fits your needs and learn something new at the UW. 

U.S. High school students can also enroll in courses during UW Summer Sessions. 

www.summer.washington.edu

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