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TMST 2008 Introductory Latin: Summer Intensive (Summer: 6 )

Course Description

This elementary course in Latin presumes no prior study of the language. Basic principles of Latin phonology, morphology and syntax will be treated in classes and reinforced by regular homework exercises and their review in class. Emphasis will be placed on the vocabulary that is appropriate to the various theological disciplines. This course is highly intensive and requires significant weekly work and a fair measure of independent learning. Students will be expected to master the basic grammar and most common vocabulary.

Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Franklin T. Harkins

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: This STM 6-credit summer course meets June 11-August 2 (Monday-Thursday) from 8:45 a.m - 11:45 a.m. Note: Given the brevity of these summer courses, it is essential that students come prepared to engage in learning the very first day. To facilitate this, each course has 'Pre-Class' work to complete. This generally includes reading and often requires a written essay to be submitted before or on the first day of class. See the summer course webpage

Last Updated: 31-Jan-18