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The LSA language requirement for the B.A./B.S. degree may be satisfied with the successful completion of any of the following: MODGREEK 202; both GREEK 301 & 302 (or equivalent); GREEK 307 & 308; GREEK 300 and any upper-level course; LATIN 232 or 295, or any course at the 300- or 400-level which has as a prerequisite one of these courses, or by satisfactory performance on a placement test. The Latin placement test is offered once at the beginning of each term, periodically during each term by arrangement, and throughout the Summer Orientation period. Students are placed into the Department's language sequences according to their demonstrated proficiency.  

Elementary Language Sequences

Ancient Greek

Greek (Traditional)
Greek 101 & 102 and either of the following sequences:
Greek 301 & 302 (Ancient)
Greek 307 & 308 (Koine)

Greek (Intensive) Greek 103 & 300 followed by any subsequent 300- or 400- level Greek course.  (NB Greek 103 - no credit is given to those who have successfully completed Greek 101 or 102; Greek 300 - no credit is given to those who have completed Greek 301 & 302 or 307 & 308, or any subsequent upper level course.)


Traditional Sequence 101, 102, 231, 232

The normal sequence is intended for those with little or no background in Latin who wish to learn the language at the normal pace.

Intensive Course Sequence 195 and 295

The intensive sequence assumes no prior Latin, and is intended for those who wish to learn Latin very quickly. These courses, offered through the Residential College, meet four days a week for 2 hours per day.  This sequence covers four semesters of normal Latin sequence in only two, and satisfies the LSA language requirement upon completion of 295.