Latin (Post-Baccalaureate Certificate)
The Latin certificate offers an opportunity to pursue an interest in the Latin language and Classical culture, history and literature and to supplement your education with study abroad tours to countries once controlled by Rome.
Prerequisite: Applicants must have adequate proficiency in Latin.
Required Courses (6 Credits)
LCL 544 - History of Classical Scholarship (3)
LLT 561 - Latin Composition (3)
Additional Courses (12 Credits)
Choose four additional courses:
LLT 571 - Roman Literature and Society (3)
LLT 572 - Letters of Cicero and Pliny (3)
LLT 574 - Evolution of Latin Literature I (3)
LLT 575 - Evolution of Latin Literature II (3)
LLT 580 - Aspects of Roman Culture (3)
LLT 585 - Readings in the Roman Historians (3)
LLT 587 - Fall of the Roman Republic (3)
LLT 590 - Poetry of the Augustan Age (3)
LCL 541 - Classical Mythology and Its Influence (3)
LCL 542 - The Classical Tradition (3)
LCL 555 - Cinema and Classics (3)
LLT 525 - Master Latin Teacher Workshop (3)
Total Credits = 18
What to Expect Studying at Notre Dame of Maryland University
Small classes, lectures and seminars provide a climate for individualized learning while study abroad opportunities offer a global perspective.
Through the School Sisters of Notre Dame and partnerships with universities around the world, language students can choose to study, intern, work, teach, or complete service projects abroad in short-term or semster-long programs.