The University of Notre Dame offers a variety of Greek and Latin language courses for motivated undergraduates and graduate students. Courses range from 4-8 weeks, covering one to two semesters of material, and may be taken concurrently with courses in history or theology. Whether learning Greek or Latin 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.
Courses include: Beginning Greek I and II, Intermediate Greek (Summer 2017) or Patristic and Byzantine Greek (Summer 2018) Beginning Latin I and II, Intermediate Latin, and Medieval Latin.
Tuition for the program is approximately $1058 (summer 2017 rate) per credit hour for undergraduates and $705 (summer 2017 rate) per credit hour for graduate students. Financial aid may be available. Notre Dame offers convenient and inexpensive on-campus housing and food service.
For information about the courses offered, visit our website: https://classics.nd.