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UGA CLASSICS SUMMER INSTITUTE
Each year the Institute offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate Latin and Classics courses, including, in odd-numbered years, a methods course for Latin teachers and Intensive Beginning Greek and, in even-numbered years, Intensive Beginning Latin. The Institute curriculum is supplemented by workshops and guest lectures by visiting master teachers and scholars. The program is designed especially for Latin teachers who wish to continue their education or earn a Master’s degree in Latin on a summers-only basis. The faculty of the Department of Classics share in a tradition of cooperation with high school teachers that culminates each summer in an exciting and challenging curriculum. Here are the offerings for the summer of 2013:
First Short Session – June 10 – June 28, exam on July 1GREK 2050 – Intensive Greek I 9:30 am – 12:15 pmPark Hall 225 Dr. Naomi Norman
Second Short Session – July 2 – July 24, exam on July 25GREK 2060 – Intensive Greek II 9:30 am – 12:15 pm
Park Hall 225 Dr. Charles Platter
LATN 4/6770 – Teaching Methods 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Park Hall 114 Mr. Randy Fields
Through Session – June 11 – July 23, exam on July 24CLAS 4/6120 – Pompeii 9:00 – 10:15 am
Park Hall 115 Dr. Robert Curtis
LATN 4/6300 – Cicero 10:30 – 11:45 am
Park Hall 115 Dr. John Nicholson
CLAS 8010 – Survey of Greek Literature (in English translation) 1:00 – 2:15 pm
Park Hall 115 Dr. Charles Platter
LATN 6090 – Medieval Latin 2:30 – 3:45 pm
Park Hall 114 Dr. Robert Harris
Housing:For the most up-to-date information about available University Housing, please visit: http://www.uga.edu/housing/rates/nextyearsrates.html. Off-campus housing is also available. UGA meal plans are offered at low student rates.
Tuition:Tuition rates for summer 2012 were $300 per credit hour plus $844 in fees for in-state students and $913 per credit hour for out-of state students (2012 rates will be available in early 2013 – please check the UGA Bursar’s Office for the most updated information).
Latin teachers from outside Georgia may complete a tuition waiver to reduce tuition to the in-state level. Modest scholarships are also available from the Department. Scholarships are also offered by non-UGA organizations; please visit www.classics.uga.edu for a list.
Admissions:All Institute participants must be admitted to the University of Georgia, either as Degree or Non-Degree students. Please apply on the Graduate School website at http://www.grad.uga.edu. For admission to the Summer Institute, complete the online application packet available at http://classics.uga.edu/summer-institute-application. Writing samples may be emailed to grading AT uga.edu.
Deadlines:Application and supporting documents must be received no later than April 1st for domestic applicants, six weeks earlier for international applicants.
For more information, please contact Kay Stanton at gradinq AT uga.edu or Dr. John Nicholson at jhn AT uga.edu, or call 706-542-9264.
Department of Classics • University of Georgia • 221 Park Hall • Athens, GA 30602www.classics.uga.edu