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Degree

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of the baccalaureate degree, students in Latin are expected to:

  • Read, comprehend and comment insightfully and critically on texts in Latin;
  • Demonstrate translating skills by parsing words accurately using knowledge of Latin and English grammar and syntax;
  • Express knowledge of the genre of the works being translated;
  • Apply critical analysis and interpretive skills to Latin literature and the society that produced it;
  • Engage in rational, civil discourse about complex topics in a manner respectful of others.


BA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

  1. ENGLISH COMPOSITION
    (only 6 hours ENG 1100, 1110, 1120 will apply toward graduation)
    • ENG 1100/1110 OR
    • ENG 1120
  2. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    (courses used for the foreign languages requirement may not be used for major or minor requirements)
    • 1010
    • 1020
    • 2010
    • 2020/2120
  3. SCIENCE AND MATH
    Natural Sciences

    Mathematics: (1 of the following):
    1. 3.5 yrs h.s. (including trig) OR
    2. 3 yrs h.s. & CS 1000 or CS 1010 OR
    3. 1 of MATH 1150, 1260, 1280, 1290, 1300 OR
    4. MATH 1110 or 1200 and
    5. CS 1000, 1010, or PHIL 1030
  4. SOCIAL SCIENCES
    (6 courses; 3 different depts., 3 courses must be from 1 dept.,)
  5. ARTS & HUMANITIES
    • Literature LAT _____
    • Fine Arts
    • (3 additional courses from at least 2 departments)

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 2 Natural Science
  • 2 Social Science
  • 2 Arts & Humanities
  • International Perspective
  • Cultural Diversity in U. S. A.

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
(21 hours beyond Latin 2020)
No more than 6 hours from any CLCV courses

 

MINOR REQUIREMENTS
(12 hours beyond Latin 2020)
No more than 3 hours from any CLCV courses
(no course used in major may be used)

 

ELECTIVES AND NON-CREDIT COURSES
To be chosen by student