LAT 507 - First-Year Latin II-WB

Texas Common Number: LATI 1512
Course Number Course Title Semester Day & Time Instructor Course Fee Register
LAT 507 First-Year Latin II-WB Summer 2019 Online Steven Lundy $1100.00 Class not available
Course Type:
Semester-Based Online
Description:

Following the successful completion of first-year Latin I (LAT 506 or equivalent), this online course will continue to build the foundations of Latin vocabulary, grammar and syntax, bringing students to an intermediary proficiency in the language. Students will work their way through Wheelock's Latin (7th edition), chapters 26-40; this work is accompanied with regular readings of texts relating to Roman history and historical myths, leading up to a reading of authentic Latin. Students will be graded according to completion of online assignments, participation, and midterm exams.

Students who achieve a C or higher in this course will have demonstrated sufficient mastery of the Latin language to advance to second-year Latin I (LAT 311) or equivalent at other institutions.

Required Course Materials:

Wheelock’s Latin, 7th edition.
Thirty-Eight Latin Stories Designed to Accompany Wheelock’s Latin, by Groton & May.
War with Hannibal: Authentic Latin Prose for the Beginning Student, ed. Brian Beyer.
 
Exam proctoring fees may apply and are not included in the course fee.
 

Date & Location:

This course has no live class meetings, and for the most part can be done on the student's own schedule. There are due dates for all assignments, and the exams must be taken on the assigned dates in a proctored, face-to-face setting.
 
First class day: Monday, July 15
Last class day: Friday, August 16
Final exam: Instructor will provide information.
Official UT Austin Description:
Continuation of Latin 506.
Prerequisites:

LAT 506 with a grade of at least C.

Policies:

No refunds after 07/18/2019.

This course is available for Summer 2019 through the UT Registrar. As a general campus policy, current UT students may enroll in University Extension courses only when the equivalent course is not available online through the Registrar.  Students seeking an exception should contact their college advisor.