Greek program description.
NOTE: See the beginning of Section H for abbreviations, course numbers and coding.
|GRK1203||Introductory Ancient Greek I||3 ch (3C)|
An introduction to the ancient Greek language spoken and written by the citizens of classical Athens. This introduction presupposes no previous knowledge of the language. This course is conducted in English.
|GRK1213||Introductory Greek II||3 ch (3C)|
A continuation of the introduction to ancient Greek.
Prerequisite: GRK 1203 or equivalent.
|GRK2205||Intermediate Ancient Greek||4.5 ch (3C 1T)|
An intensive intermediate second-level course in ancient Greek language designed to prepare the successful student for the reading of ancient Greek texts from classical literature.
|GRK3205||Beginning Ancient Greek Reading||4.5 ch (3C 1T)|
An intensive course designed to complete the study of basic grammar and to begin the development of skills in the reading of ancient Greek texts.
Prerequisite: GRK 2205 or equivalent.
|GRK3213||Reading Ancient Greek Authors I||3 ch (3C)|
A reading course designed to strengthen skills in the reading of ancient Greek texts.
Prerequisite: GRK 3205 or equivalent.
|GRK3223||Reading Ancient Greek Authors II||3 ch (3C)|
|GRK3243||Advanced Greek II||3 ch (3C)|
|GRK3253||Advanced Greek III||3 ch (3C)|
|GRK3263||Directed Reading in Ancient Greek||3 ch|