Summer Opportunities in Classics

The following is a select list of some summer study opportunities in Classics, including Latin and Ancient Greek languages (at all levels) and archaeological excavation opportunities abroad. Please note that inclusion in this list is not a guarantee of credit-hour equivalency: in order to receive UM credit for a summer program, you must obtain approval ahead of time in writing from Professor Kirby, Chair of the Classics Department.



Latin and/or Greek language courses:



Boston University:

Courses:

Beginning Latin 1, Beginning Latin 2 [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]

Beginning Greek 1, Beginning Greek 2 [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]

Intermediate Latin 1: Prose [approx/. equivalent to our 201/300-level course]

Intermediate Latin 2: Poetry [equivalent to our (future) 202 course]

Intermediate Greek 1: Prose [approx/. equivalent to our 201/300-level course]

Intermediate Greek 2: Poetry [equivalent to our (future) 202 course]

Latin Seminar [equivalent to a 400-level course]



Columbia University:

Courses:

Latin S1121 [equivalent to our Latin 101-102 sequence]



Harvard University:

Courses:

Latin S-Aab [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]

Greek S-Aab [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]

Various advanced Latin and Ancient Greek courses [equivalent to our 300 and 400-level]



Stanford University:



Temple University:

Courses:

Latin 1 and 2 [equivalent to our 101-102 sequence]

Greek 1 and 2 [equivalent to our 101-102 sequence]



University of Arizona:

Courses:

Latin 112: Intensive Latin I and Latin 212: Intensive Latin II [equivalent to our 101-102-201]

Greek 112: Intensive Greek I and Greek 212: Intensive Greek II [equivalent to our 101-102-201]



University of California – Berkeley:

Courses:

Latin workshop [equivalent to 4-5 semesters of study at UM]
(summer.berkeley.edu/courses/foreign-language/latin)

Ancient Greek workshop [equivalent to 4-5 semesters of study at UM]
(summer.berkeley.edu/courses/foreign-language/greek)



University of Chicago:

Courses:

Introduction to Latin 1, 2 and 3 [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]:
(summer.uchicago.edu/sections.cfm?subject_name=LATN&department=Latin)

Intermediate Latin 1, 2 and 3 [equivalent to our 201 and 300 to 400-level courses]:
(summer.uchicago.edu/sections.cfm?subject_name=LATN&department=Latin)

Ancient Greek (summer.uchicago.edu/intensive-language-study.cfm)



University of Florida:

Summer program in Ancient Greek [equivalent to our 101-102 courses]:
(www.clas.ufl.edu/users/jmarks/summergreek/summergreek.html)



University of Michigan:

Summer Language Institute website (Latin and Greek):
(www.ii.umich.edu/sli)



University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:

Courses (2009):

Latin 101 and 102 [equivalent to our 101-102-201 sequence]
(summer.unc.edu/courseofferings/document.2005-12-12.8515487746)



Vanderbilt University:



The Latin-Greek Institute at Brooklyn College / The City University of New York:

Courses:

Basic Latin [equivalent to 4-5 semesters of college-level study]

Basic Greek [equivalent to 4-5 semesters of college-level study]

Upper Level Latin [equivalent to our 400-level], offered sporadically

Upper Level Greek [equivalent to our 400-level], offered sporadically

 



Archaeological excavation and study aboard opportunities:



American School of Classical Studies at Athens:

A complete list of all excavation opportunities in Greece for undergraduate students can be found on the website of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens:
www.ascsa.edu.gr (select “programs: summer sessions” and then “fieldwork”)



Hofstra University:

“Hofstra Digs Italy”: excavation of a Roman villa in Tuscany
www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/HCLAS/CLL/cll_classics.html#study



College Year in Athens:

College Year in Athens offers summer programs in Modern Greek language, archaeology, anthropology, history, religion, and more:
www.cyathens.org/Index.cfm?page=summercourses&section=programs