Greek (GRK)

GRK 150 Applied Modern Greek 1

Training in spoken demotic Greek.

Prerequisites: Open to all students with instructor's permission.

Notes: May be repeated for credit up to 4 s.h. Grade: Pass/Not Pass (P/NP). Will not satisfy foreign language requirement.

GRK 201 Elementary Ancient Greek I 3

Introduction to ancient Greek. Emphasis on understanding principles of grammar and developing skills for reading ancient Greek.

GRK 202 Elementary Ancient Greek II 3

Continuation of GRK 201. Emphasis on advanced grammar and reading of selections from ancient Greek authors (e.g., Euripides, Xenophon, Plato, New Testament).

Prerequisites: GRK 201 .

GRK 203 Intermediate Ancient Greek I 3

Designed to develop proficiency in the reading of ancient Greek prose and to introduce students to Greek prose authors. Plato and Lysias and/or Herodotus (or another historian) taught in alternate years.

LEC: GFL

Prerequisites: A grade of C- or better in GRK 202 or permission of instructor .

GRK 204 Intermediate Ancient Greek II 3

Continuation of GRK 203. Designed to develop proficiency in reading ancient Greek poetry and to introduce students to Greek poets. Greek tragedy/Homer taught in alternate years.

LEC: GFL

Prerequisites: GRK 203 .

GRK 303 Greek Drama 3

Selected works of Sophocles, Aeschylus, Euripides, and Aristophanes.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 311 The Greek Orators 3

Selections from the works of Greek orators; emphasis on Antiphon, Lysias, Isocrates, and Demosthenes.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 312 Greek Historical Writers 3

Selections from the works of the Greek historians; emphasis on Herodotus and Thucydides.

GRK 331 The New Testament 3

Selections from the New Testament.

Prerequisites: GRK 204, or permission of the instructor.

GRK 341 Homer 3

Selections from Iliad and Odyssey.

GE Marker: GL

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 351 Special Topics in Greek Studies 3

Opportunity for students to work individually or in small groups on problems of special interest in Greek literature or language. Work may represent either survey of a given field or intensive investigation of a particular problem.

GRK 393 The Study of Greek Abroad 3

Extensive reading in Greek literature selected in accordance with student needs. For students participating in foreign study programs.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 and permission of department.

GRK 394 The Study of Greek Abroad 3

Extensive reading in Greek literature selected in accordance with student needs. For students participating in foreign study programs.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 and permission of department.

GRK 401 The Greek Epic 3

Selections from the works of Homer, Hesiod, and Apollonius of Rhodes.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 403 Greek Lyric Poetry 3

Survey of Greek lyric poetry with emphasis on Sappho and Alcaeus; the pastoral poetry of Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 405 Hellenistic Poetry 3

Selections from Hellenistic poetry; emphasis on Callimachus and Theocritus.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 421 The Greek Philosophers 3

Selections from the Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle, and representatives of the Hellenistic schools.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 450 Seminar in Greek Studies 3

Extensive reading in literature of the Classics selected in accordance with student needs. Periodic conferences, written reports, and quizzes throughout the semester.

Prerequisites: GRK 204 or permission of instructor.

GRK 501 Independent Study 1-3

Directed program of reading, research, and individual instruction in Greek language and literature.