A classical background enriches one’s experiences in college and in later life, while the verbal and analytical skills acquired by learning classical languages are of lasting benefit in whatever career one chooses.
*Assumes that the individual has no prior experience in Latin; higher coursework can be taken if prerequisites are met.
CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS COURSEWORK
Score of 3 on AP Latin Exam earns placement into Latin 231.
Score of 4 or 5 on AP Latin Exam, or 5 on IB HL Latin Exam, earns placement into Latin 231 or any higher-numbered Latin course; AP or IB credit is given for Latin 112 upon successful completion (C or above) of Latin 231, or for Latin 231 upon successful completion (C or above) of any higher-numbered Latin course.
AP or IB credit for Latin 112 or 231 can be counted toward the requirements of the Greek major.
Any incoming student who has studied Latin in the past should take the Latin placement survey. Students who would like to begin studying Latin should sign up for Latin 111 in the fall.
We invite students to attend one of our department welcome sessions on September 6, 2021.
Chair, Department of Classics – Anne Groton (email@example.com)