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101 Elementary Greek I
3 Semester Hours

A basic introduction to Greek grammar
and syntax, including noun declension and
verb conjugation; translation of simple prose
passages.

322 Greek Philosophy
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Plato and/or Aristotle.

This course may be repeated for credit.

102 Elementary Greek II
3 Semester Hours

A continuation of the grammar and syntax
covered in GREK 101, with a focus on more
complex sentences and dependent clauses;
translation of more elaborate prose and poetry
passages.

Prerequisite: GREK 101 or equivalent.
325 Greek Orators
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Lysias, Demosthenes, Isocrates,
Aeschines, Antiphon.

This course may be repeated for credit.



198 Special Studies
1-3 Semester Hours




327 Greek Historians
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Heroditus, Thucydides, Xenophon.

This course may be repeated for credit.
199 Independent Studies
1-3 Semester Hours





329 Hellenistic Greek Prose
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Greek literature from the 3rd
century B.C. to the New Testament.

This course may be repeated for credit.
201 Intermediate Greek
3 Semester Hours

A continuation of the GREK 101 and 102
sequence, focusing on more advanced
constructions; grammar review and 
translation of unedited passages of poetry and
prose.

Prerequisite: GREK 102 or equivalent.
398 Special Studies
1-3 Semester Hours








298 Special Studies
1-3 Semester Hours
399 Independent Studies
1-3 Semester Hours
299 Independent Studies
1-3 Semester Hours











410 Practicum: Teaching Classical Greek
3 Semester Hours

Practicum in teaching elementary Greek.
Topics include pedagogy, planning,
presentation, testing, grading, tutoring, and
problem-solving.

Permission of the instructor required.

Prerequisites: At least two semester of Greek
at the 300- or 400-level and a minimum GPA
of 3.3 (B+) in GREK courses.
311 Homer
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Homer's Iliad, Odyssey, and the
Homeric Hymns.

This course may be repeated for credit.
415 Special Topics in Greek Literature
3 Semester Hours

This course may be repeated for credit.



312 Greek Drama
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Greek Tragedy (Aeschylus,
Sophocles, Euripides) and/or Comedy
(Aristophanes, Menander).

This course may be repeated for credit.
498 Special Studies
1-3 Semester Hours






313 Greek Lyric Poetry
3 Semester Hours

Readings in early lyric, elegiac, iambic, and
choral poetry.
499 Independent Studies
1-3 Semester Hours



314 Hellenistic Greek Poetry
3 Semester Hours

Readings in Callimachus, Apollonius,
Theocritus.