Greek (GRK) Courses

GRK-101 Beginning Greek I

This course includes the study of elementary grammar, the reading of selected pieces of Greek literature, and a general introduction to the literature and civilization of ancient Greece. Four class meetings each week. This course is offered in the fall semester.
Prerequisites: none
Corequisites: GRK-101L
Credit: 1

GRK-102 Beginning Greek II

This course includes the study of elementary grammar, the reading of selected pieces of Greek literature, and a general introduction to the literature and civilization of ancient Greece. Four class meetings each week. This course is offered in the spring semester.
Prerequisites: GRK-101
Corequisites: GRK-102L
Credit: 1

GRK-187 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1

GRK-188 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-201 Intermediate Greek I

The choice of readings is adapted to the needs and the desires of the class. We will read selections from Lysias' speeches and other appropriate works. The emphasis will be on developing facility in reading Greek. This course is offered in the fall semester.
Prerequisites: GRK-101 and GRK-102
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts, World Language

GRK-210 New Testament Greek

This course covers selected readings in the New Testament. One-half or one course credit by arrangement. Offered by arrangement. Course may be repeated as the readings change.
Prerequisites: GRK-101 and 102
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts, World Language

GRK-277 Special Topics

Special Topics in Greek. Refer to the Course Descriptions document on the Registrar's webpage for topics and descriptions of current offerings.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-287 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-288 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-301 Advanced Greek Reading: Poetry

Selections to suit the needs and interests of the class will be made from the Greek poets and dramatists. The material will be varied from year to year and the course may be elected more than once. Refer to the Course Descriptions document on the Registrar's webpage for topics and descriptions of current offerings.
Prerequisites: GRK-201
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts, World Language

GRK-302 Advanced Greek Reading: Prose

Selections to suit the needs and interests of the class will be made from Greek history, oratory, and philosophy. The material will be varied from year to year and the course may be elected more than once. Refer to the Course Descriptions document on the Registrar's webpage for topics and descriptions of current offerings.
Prerequisites: GRK-201
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts, World Language

GRK-303 Advanced Greek Reading: Homer

Selections to suit the needs and interests of the class will be made from Homer's Iliad or Odyssey. The material will be varied from year to year and the course may be elected more than once. Refer to the Course Descriptions document on the Registrar's webpage for topics and descriptions of current offerings.
Prerequisites: GRK-201
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-330 Greek Composition

This course provides a systematic review and study of fundamental Greek forms and constructions with practice in writing Greek sentences. This course is offered by arrangement.
Prerequisites: GRK-101 and GRK-102
Credits: 0.5
Distribution: World Language

GRK-387 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-388 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-400 Senior Seminar

This is a seminar on a selected topic with a project supervised by a member of the department.
Prerequisites: none
Credit: 1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-487 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts

GRK-488 Independent Study

Individual research projects. The manner of study will be determined by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students must receive written approval of their project proposal from a department Chair before registering for the course.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 0.5-1
Distribution: Literature/Fine Arts