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4-Digit Course Numbering

Published February 28, 2015.

In Fall 2015*, all Saint Louis University course numbers transitioned to four digit numbering. Some departments simply added a zero to the end of previous numbers and some departments have changed the numbering system significantly.

Below are historical listings of the course numbering changes. Courses number changes after Fall 2015 are not reflected in the below listings.

Click below for a listing of the Course Subjects beginning with a given letter.



LATN - Latin (Printable PDF)

Old 3-digit New 4-digit Title
LATN - 110LATN - 1010Reading Latin I
LATN - 115LATN - 1020Reading Latin II
LATN - 120LATN - 1200Latin Lit in Translation
LATN - 210LATN - 2010Interm Latin: Language & Lit
LATN - 298LATN - 2980Independent Study
LATN - 301LATN - 3010Advanced Latin Readings
LATN - 400LATN - 4000Composition-Sight Translation
LATN - 401LATN - 4010Latin Fathers
LATN - 402LATN - 4020Roman Letter Writers
LATN - 410LATN - 4100Intro to Post-Classical Latin
LATN - 421LATN - 4110Language and Linguistics
LATN - 423LATN - 4230Cicero as Essayist
LATN - 428LATN - 4280Readings in Saint Augustine
LATN - 432LATN - 4320Readings in Tacitus
LATN - 433LATN - 4330Readings in Select Historians
LATN - 434LATN - 4340Readings in Livy
LATN - 440LATN - 4400Readings in Ovid
LATN - 443LATN - 4430Literary Study of Horaces Odes
LATN - 444LATN - 4440Readings in Vergil
LATN - 447LATN - 4470Roman Satire
LATN - 448LATN - 4480Elegiac Poets
LATN - 451LATN - 4510Roman Comedy
LATN - 462LATN - 4620Readings in Lucretius
LATN - 463LATN - 4630Introduction to Paleography
LATN - 465LATN - 4650Latin Literature I
LATN - 466LATN - 4660Latin Literature II
LATN - 488LATN - 4960SR Inquiry: Research Project
LATN - 493LATN - 4930Special Topics
LATN - 495LATN - 4950Senior Residency
LATN - 498LATN - 4980Advanced Independent Study
LATN - 501LATN - 5010Latin for Reading
LATN - 563LATN - 5630Introduction to Paleography
LATN - 593LATN - 5930Special Topics


* The Department of English (ENGL subject) transitioned to four digit numbering in the Fall 2014.