The acquisition of ancient Latin provides first-hand access to the texts of the ancient Mediterranean world and the early medieval period. In addition, the study of this ancient language provides excellent training in logical analysis and a superior understanding of how languages function to convey meaning.
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Latin (LATN) Minors need 15 credits in CLAS, GREK, and/or LATN courses.
- including at least 3 LATN courses at or above the 3000 level
- of which 1 LATN course must be at the 4000 level
Language Requirement: Greek or Latin courses may be used to satisfy the Newcomb-Tulane College foreign language requirement. However, any courses used to satisfy the language requirement cannot also be counted toward the major or minor.