Minor in Latin

The Latin minor offers students the opportunity to explore the rich history, language and culture of ancient Rome. This interdisciplinary program goes beyond language acquisition, fostering a deeper understanding of Roman civilization. Students examine topics such as Roman history, literature, philosophy, art and religion, allowing them to grasp the societal and cultural context in which Latin thrived.

The Minor in Latin provides a platform for intellectual growth and critical thinking, enabling students to analyze complex texts, engage in thoughtful discussions and develop their research and writing skills. It also enhances their linguistic abilities, expanding their vocabulary, grammatical knowledge and language comprehension. By pursuing a Minor in Latin, students gain a unique perspective on the foundations of Western civilization and the lasting influence of Roman culture.

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