The Certificate in Classical & Medieval Latin will allow students to develop and receive a credential for a proficiency in Latin sufficient for graduate-level research. Attainment of the certificate will affirm that the student has completed a focused course of study designed to cultivate the ability to translate and interpret Classical and Medieval Latin texts employing the tools of philological analysis, in which attention is paid not only to fundamental points of diction, syntax, textual variants, and, where appropriate, meter, but the practice of situating a text in a broader historical, cultural, and literary context.
This program is open to any student admitted to the University of Saskatchewan.
The major average in the Certificate in Classical & Medieval Latin includes the grades earned in:
- All LATN courses.
To receive a Certificate in Classical & Medieval Latin, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.
- Minimum credit units required in the program
See Residency for additional details.
Requirements (18 credit units)
- 6 credit units of LATN 400.3 (Students must complete LATN 400 twice.)
- LATN 112.3
- LATN 113.3
- LATN 202.3
- LATN 203.3
If you require further assistance, please contact the Arts & Science Undergraduate Student Office.