Greek (GREK)

GREK 103     Elementary Greek I  (4)

An intensive, introductory course in classical and koine Greek emphasizing forms and syntax and with extensive readings. Four class hours per week.

GREK 104     Elementary Greek II  (4)

An intensive, introductory course in classical and koine Greek emphasizing forms and syntax and with extensive readings. Four class hours per week. Prerequisite: GREK 103 or placement.

GREK 203     Intermediate Greek  (4)

A continuation of the study of grammar with readings from a variety of classical authors. Four class hours per week. Prerequisite: GREK 104 or placement.

GREK 301     Homer I  (4)

Selected books of the Iliad with supplementary reading. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 302     Homer II  (4)

Selected books of the Odyssey with supplementary reading. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 303     Greek Historians I  (4)

Portions of Herodotus are read. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 308     Greek Orators II  (4)

Reading of selections from the Attic orators. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 310     New Testament  (4)

One gospel and one epistle are read. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 401     Greek Tragedy I  (4)

Selected plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides are read. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 403     Greek Comedy  (4)

Selected plays of Aristophanes and Menander are read. Prerequisite: GREK 203 or higher or placement.

GREK 440     Directed Reading  (2 or 4)

Specific readings for advanced students. Prerequisite: Instructor prerequisite override required.

GREK 444     Independent Study  (2 or 4)

For students who offer an acceptable proposed course of study. Prerequisite: Instructor prerequisite override required.