This is a list of courses with the subject code CLSL. For more information, see Classics (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences) in the catalog.
CLSL:1001 Elementary Latin I 5 s.h.
Focus on reading Latin and on Roman culture. GE: World Languages First Level Proficiency.
CLSL:1002 Elementary Latin II 5 s.h.
Continuation of CLSL:1001. Prerequisites: CLSL:1001. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.
CLSL:2001 World of Cicero 3 s.h.
Focus on reading Latin prose authors, such as Caesar and Cicero. Prerequisites: CLSL:1002. GE: World Languages Third Level Proficiency.
CLSL:2002 Golden Age of Roman Poetry 3 s.h.
Focus on reading and interpretation of Roman poets, such as Vergil and Catullus. Prerequisites: CLSL:1002. GE: World Languages Third Level Proficiency.
CLSL:3001 Latin Literature of the Republic I 3 s.h.
Prose or poetry by major authors of the republic. Prerequisites: CLSL:2001 and CLSL:2002.
CLSL:3002 Latin Literature of the Republic II 3 s.h.
Continuation of CLSL:3001. Prerequisites: CLSL:2001 and CLSL:2002.
CLSL:3003 Latin Literature of the Empire I 3 s.h.
Prose or poetry by major authors of the empire. Prerequisites: CLSL:2001 and CLSL:2002.
CLSL:3004 Latin Literature of the Empire II 3 s.h.
Continuation of CLSL:3003. Prerequisites: CLSL:2001 and CLSL:2002.
CLSL:3200 Literary Translation Workshop in Ancient Greek and Latin 3 s.h.
Translation from Greek/Latin to English with emphasis on literary translation; issues in theory and practice of translation in the discipline; special features of ancient languages as a source language for translation. Taught in English. Same as CLSG:3200, TRNS:3205.
CLSL:4076 Latin Composition 2-3 s.h.
Review of Latin morphology, syntax, sentence structure; composition of sentences, short passages in Latin. Prerequisites: CLSL:2002 or CLSL:3001 or CLSL:3002 or CLSL:3003 or CLSL:3004 or CLSL:5001.
CLSL:4090 Private Assignments 1-3 s.h.
Directed reading and study with faculty member for advanced students.
CLSL:4095 Honors Readings 3 s.h.
Discussions, readings, research for a paper on Roman literature, history, or civilization. Requirements: classical languages major.
CLSL:5001 Latin Survey I: Republican Literature 3 s.h.
Introductory survey of Latin literature and language from the early Republic to the end of the first century B.C.E.
CLSL:5002 Latin Survey II: Imperial to Late Antique Literature 3 s.h.
Introductory survey of Latin literature and language from the Augustan age through the second century C.E.
CLSL:6000 Advanced Latin Seminar arr.
Specific Latin authors, genres, and topics from the beginnings of Roman literature through fifth century C.E.
CLSL:6011 Republican Rome arr.
Authors and topics from the beginnings of Roman literature to the death of Julius Caesar.
CLSL:6012 Augustan Rome arr.
Authors and topics from the death of Caesar to the accession of Tiberius.
CLSL:6013 Tiberius to Trajan arr.
Authors and topics from the first and second centuries C.E. Same as RELS:6040.
CLSL:6014 Later Empire arr.
Authors and topics from the third through fifth centuries C.E.
CLSL:6910 Graduate Pedagogy 1 s.h.
Pedagogical theories on teaching classical languages, practical application of those theories; classroom management, grading, syllabus development; university, college, and department regulations. Requirements: teaching assistant or instructor in Latin.
CLSL:7080 Latin Thesis arr.
For Ph.D. students writing a dissertation. Requirements: Ph.D. candidacy.
CLSL:7090 Advanced Reading arr.
Requirements: classics graduate standing.