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This site exists to provide students with information about classics courses being offered during the summer months. Institutions wishing to add information about their programs should submit it via the form accessible from the sidebar. Old information is not removed from the site until it is updated, so check the date headers to see how current listings are. (This site was created under the auspices of the Classical Studies Department of Wesleyan University, with help from the J.M.W. Keck Foundation, by Jim O'Hara and Debra Hamel. It is designed and maintained by Debra Hamel.)


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University of Arizona

LAT 112
LAT 212
GRK 112

Classics will be offering Intensive Latin and Intensive Greek in Summer 2020. For registration information, visit:   http://summer-winter.arizona.edu/ .

Summer Session I, June 8 - July 9, 2020
Intensive Latin 112 (Grammar and Syntax), ONLINE, 6 units

Summer Session II, July 13 - August 12, 2020
Intensive Latin 212 (Prose and Poetry), 9:00-12:45 daily, 6 units

Students may enroll for one or both sessions. Those who successfully complete Session II will be prepared to enroll in upper level undergraduate or perhaps graduate Latin courses. No prior knowledge of Latin is necessary to enroll in Latin 112, but previous foreign language experience may be helpful.

For more information on Summer Intensive Latin at UA:

Dr. Philip Waddell
Email: waddell@email.arizona.edu

Summer Session 10-week, June 8- August 12, 2020
Intensive Elementary Greek (Greek 112) will be offered in a fully online format, asynchronous format.  Students will have a great deal of flexibility when it comes to completing the work, but should expect to spend between 250-300 hours over the course of the 10 week period.   Those who successfully complete the course will be prepared to enroll in intermediate Greek.  No prior knowledge of Greek is necessary to enroll in Greek 112.

Some Scholarships are available to support UA students taking Greek 112, if they will continue on to Greek 201 in the fall.   For more information, click here.

For more information on Summer Intensive Greek at UA:

Dr. Robert Groves
Email: groves@email.arizona.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION

Prof. Philip Waddell
waddell@email.arizona.edu
520-621-7418

Prof. Robert Groves
groves@arizona.edu

https://classics.arizona.edu/news/summer-2020-intensive-ancient-languages

https://summer-winter.arizona.edu/

University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame Classical, Medieval and Near Eastern Institute offers a variety of summer courses for motivated undergraduates and graduate students. Courses range from 3-8 weeks, covering one to two semesters of material, and may be taken concurrently with courses in history or theology. Whether learning Syriac, Greek (Classical or Byzantine) or Latin (Classical or Medieval) for the first time or solidifying their command of grammar and syntax, students will emerge with a stronger grasp of the languages necessary to understanding Greek and Roman, Judaic, Early Christian, Medieval and Byzantine civilizations.

Summer 2020 offerings include:

Beginning Syriac
Beginning Greek I and II
Patristic and Byzantine Greek
Beginning Latin I and II
Intermediate Latin
Medieval Latin
Latin Diplomatics

Tuition for the program is $1,185 per credit hour for undergraduates and $930 per credit hour for graduate students. Financial aid may be available. Notre Dame offers convenient and inexpensive on-campus housing and food service.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For information about the courses offered, visit our website:  https://classics.nd.edu/summer-programs/summer-language-institute/.  For information about Notre Dame's summer session, visit https://summersession.nd.edu/

University of Vermont

Intensive Greek
Intensive Latin
Upper level Greek and Latin tutorials

Intensives meet for 8-week, 4 x a week, 3 hours per day. They are run by graduate students, with supplementary visits / readings with professor(s). Cost is low—$2,000.00 for the whole course—because the course runs "unofficially", that is, not through the University itself but by direct tutorial arrangement with the Department. Credit at home institution would therefore have to come via credit-by-exam or other such arrangement. But most students do not need credit in any case: rather, they desire sufficient knowledge to enter an intermediate Greek or Latin class in the fall. Students are responsible for finding their own local housing (typically a summer sublet). Upper-level reading tutorials are also available.

CONTACT INFORMATION

 John Franklin
john.franklin@uvm.edu
802-651-6825

https://www.uvm.edu/cas/classics

John Franklin
Professor and Chair
UVM Dept. of Classics
481 Main Street
Burlington VT 05405

Exedra Mediterranean Center

Ancient Greek in Siracusa
Greek for Philosophers

Study Greek in Siracusa July 27-August 14, 2020

Fonte Aretusa is teaming up with Exedra Mediterranean Center to offer a summer course in ancient Greek, with a special “Greek for Philosophers” week dedicated to Plato’s Apology. The course is for adults, including graduate students and professors, from beginning to advanced levels (placement is provided). It combines one, two, or three weeks of study in picturesque Ortigia, steps from ancient Greek temples and refreshing beaches, with a variety of cultural activities and optional excursions. Choices range from tuition only to full packages including accommodation and activities. For details, go to https://www.exedramc.com/course/ancient_greek/ or email info@exedramc.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Susi Kimbell
info@exedramc.com
+39 0931 463976

https://www.exedramc.com/course/ancient_greek/

Exedra Mediterranean Center
Via S. Landolina, 5
96100 Siracusa

Hunter College

Classical Mythology (fully online) CLA 101
Greek and Latin Roots of English (in person) CLA 110
Roman Civilization (in person) CLA 203
Introduction to Classical, Near Eastern, and Egyptian Archaeology (fully online) CLA 204
Beginning Intensive Latin (in person) LAT 107 (6 credits)
upper level BA / MA Latin (in person) 300 / 700 level
topic Roman Religion

Students not already enrolled at Hunter apply as non-degree students. See Hunter's Admissions page for deadlines.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Ronnie Ancona

rancona@hunter.cuny.edu

http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/classics


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