Latin and Classical Civilization

Students may choose to focus on a minor in Latin or in Classical Civilization. Please note that course work at other institutions may be required. Students must earn a grade of C- (1.70) or better in courses required to successfully complete the requirements for the minors. Interested students should contact Mary Helen Kashuba, SSJ, Room 25B, Fournier Hall. Telephone: 215/248-7124. Email: kashubam@chc.edu. Requirements:

Minor in Latin – 18 credits

Four courses (12 credits) in Latin chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester and may require coursework at another institution::

  • LATN-101: Elementary Latin I
  • LATN-102: Elementary Latin II
  • LATN-103: Intermediate Latin I
  • LATN-104: Intermediate Latin II
  • LATN-240: The Gift of Virgil (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-241: Early Christian and Medieval Latin (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-261: Survey of Latin Poetry (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-262: Survey of Latin Prose (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-281: Special Topics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)
  • LATN-321: Stylistics and Prose Literature (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-481: Advanced Special Topics in Latin/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)

Two courses (6 credits) in Classical Civilization chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:

  • CLCV-151: Enter the Hero and the Heroine (WOK: Literary)
  • CLCV-153: Mythology as Living Tradition (WOK: Literary)
  • CLCV-281: Special Topics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)
  • CLCV-481: Advanced Special Topics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)

Minor in Classical Civilization – 18 credits

Four courses (12 credits) in Classical Civilization or Ancient History chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:

  • CLCV-151: Enter the Hero and the Heroine (WOK: Literary)
  • CLCV-153: Mythology as Living Tradition (WOK: Literary)
  • CLCV-281: Special Topics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)
  • CLCV-481: Advanced Special Topics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)
  • HIST-201: Ancient Greece (WOK: Historical)
  • HIST-202: Ancient Rome (WOK: Historical)

Two courses (6 credits) in Latin chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:

  • LATN-101: Elementary Latin I
  • LATN-102: Elementary Latin II
  • LATN-103: Intermediate Latin I
  • LATN-104: Intermediate Latin II
  • LATN-240: The Gift of Virgil (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-241: Early Christian and Medieval Latin (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN 261: Survey of Latin Poetry (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-262: Survey of Latin Prose (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-281: Advanced Special Topics in Latin/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)
  • LATN-321: Stylistics and Prose Literature (WOK: Literary)
  • LATN-481: Advanced Special Topics in Latin/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit.)