Stetson University

College of Arts and Sciences

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Greek & Latin Courses

SALVETE, DISCIPULI ET DISCIPULAE!

Greek and Latin language courses are taught on a regular basis in alternate years. Exceptional students desiring advanced language instruction occasionally have the opportunity to read Greek and Latin texts, such as Homer's Iliad or Vergil's Aeneid, on a case-by-case basis through topical seminars or directed readings courses.

Learning Greek and Latin not only makes the ancient world come alive, but can also help students in their preparation for national standardized tests such as the LSAT, the MCAT, and the GMAT. Why not take advantage of the opportunity to learn the language of Homer, Plato, Euripides, Vergil, Cicero, and Julius Caesar?

The number in parentheses adjacent to the course name are the number of course units earned upon satisfactory completion of the course.

ANTH 195, 196 Latin I, II (1). For students who have had little or no previous Latin, these courses give students a thorough understanding of the Latin language. ANTH 195 is a prerequisite to ANTH 196.

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