Graduate Certificate in Latin
|Program Director: Dr. Caroline Perkins
The Graduate Certificate in Latin consists of 15 hours. The Certificate provides a series of Latin literature courses that covers Roman poets, historians, rhetoricians, and Roman civilization.Program Highlights:
- Students can advance their study of elementary Latin.
- The certificate serves as preparation for graduate degrees in Latin and education.
- Credits can be used toward teacher certification, the MAT, and the master’s degree in Latin.
Gainful Employment Program Disclosure:Under the Code of Federal Regulations 668.6B, the following information is provided to prospective students seeking only the certificate (not simultaneously with a degree) to help them make informed decisions about this program, which does not lead to a degree. NOTE: Standard Occupational Classification (“SOC”) codes are issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor. The SOC is linked to the occupational profile on O*NET, the nation’s primary source of occupational information.
|Intended Occupation for Certificate Holders||Standard Occupation Code|
|Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education||25-2031|
|Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary||25-1061|
Standard Time to Completion: 2 semesters
|Curriculum: 5 courses | 15 credits|
|CL 536 (Roman Civilization
any four 500 level Latin courses
Cost of books and supplies (estimate): $250
- Prospective certificate-only students should apply for admission to Marshall University as a Certificate/Professional Development student and select the Latin Certificate on the application form.
- Applicants should follow the admissions process described in the Graduate Catalog, or at the Graduate Admissions website.
Applicants must have appropriate prerequisites for upper-level Latin courses, which generally consist of the completion of elementary Latin courses, or comparable practice and proficiency in Latin ascertained by a department exam.
Deadline for Application: December 1 (Spring semester); August 1 (Fall Semester)