Enrollment in beginning and intermediate language courses is on average 13 and is limited to a maximum of 18. Advanced courses in ancient Greek typically have between 5 and 9 students, and advanced courses in Latin have between 8 and 15. The size of Classical Civilization courses varies greatly. Specialized courses like ancient medicine enroll around 10 students. Courses like Greek and Roman history and Greek tragedy often enroll more than 50 students and sometimes as many as 150. Students in these larger courses also meet in smaller discussion sections, consisting of about 15 students.