Curriculum Preparatory to the Teaching of Latin

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For the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Latin

A concentration in Latin is sponsored by the Department of the Classics. See Classics.

In order to remain in good standing in this program and be recommended for certification, candidates are required to maintain UIUC, cumulative, content area, and professional education, grade-point averages of 2.5 (A= 4.0). Candidates should consult their advisor or the Council on Teacher Education for the list of courses used to compute these grade-point averages.

E-mail: classics@illinois.edu

Degree title: Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Latin

Minimum required course work normally equates to 71 hours.  The total hours may be reduced by as much as 16 hours through prerequisite credit for work equivalent to LAT LAT 101-LAT 102-LAT 201-LAT 202 taken in secondary school.

General education: Consult the Curricula Preparatory to Teaching Foreign Languages. Minimum hours required for graduation: A minimum of 120 hours of credit is required for graduation. Consult the certification officer at 505 East Green Suite 203 for additional information.

Departmental distinction: Students seeking departmental distinction must have at least a 3.5 average in relevant courses and should consult a member of the department's honors committee at the earliest opportunity.

Professional Education Requirements. Foreign Languages29
LAT 101Elementary Latin I4
LAT 102Elementary Latin II (or equivalent)4
LAT 201Intermediate Latin4
LAT 202Intro to Latin Literature (or equivalent)4
LAT 401Survey of Latin Literature2 or 3
LAT 302 (or equivalent)3
LAT 411Intermediate Prose Composition3
LAT 491Readings in Latin Literature (or equivalent) 16
HIST 241History of Ancient Rome (or equivalent)3
CLCV 131Classical Archaeology, Greece3
CLCV 132Class Archaeology, Rome-Italy (or equivalent)3
Total Hours68-69
1

 Repeated for up to 6 hours.