41-43 units with a minimum of 21 upper division units (excluding LAT 300)
43 total units with a minimum of 21 upper division units:
The Minor offers students majoring in any subject an opportunity to supplement their education with background in the oldest European tradition.
The Minor consists of a minimum of 20 units that must include a minimum of 9 units of upper division coursework selected from the following:
A minimum of 20 units in Greek which must include four upper division courses. Prospective teachers are strongly urged to take, in addition, HIST 313, CLSC 101, 300I, and other courses touching on the ancient world.
The Minor in Greek is available to any non-Classics major.
A minimum of 20 units in Latin which must include four upper division courses. Prospective teachers are strongly urged to take, in addition, HIST 314, CLSC 101, and 300I, and other courses touching on the ancient world.
The Minor in Latin is available to any non-Classics major.
The subject matter program in Latin consists of 37 units in Latin and related areas. Completion of these courses meets the subject matter competence requirement for the Single Subject Preliminary Credential in Latin (code 156). Courses taken for subject matter competence for the teaching credential also count toward units needed for the Classics B.A., Option in Roman Civilization. Prospective students should consult the Latin Education Advisor and the Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Program Advisor early to plan their programs.
In addition to meeting the subject matter competence requirement for the Preliminary Credential, prospective teachers of Latin are also required to complete 44 units of professional preparation in the Single Subject Credential Program, including student teaching. Students may begin the professional preparation courses as early as the junior year. With careful planning, it is possible to complete all of the credential program courses, except for student teaching, as an undergraduate. Courses may also be completed as a post-baccalaureate student. Refer to the Single Subject Teacher Education section of this Catalog or the Single Subject Credential Program website (www.ced.csulb.edu/single-subject) for a description of the professional preparation requirements, courses, and application procedures.
Students are required to keep a portfolio of written work produced in the above classes with instructor comments. Members of the Latin faculty evaluate the portfolio according to established criteria. The credential candidate also takes an exit examination administered by the Latin faculty which will assess pronunciation, speech and conversation, listening and writing, and reading. Credential students also produce a Latin play.