Greek (GRK)

GRK 101 Beginning Ancient Greek I (3 credits)

In an interactive environment, students will learn basic Attic Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, with special attention to English and modern language derivatives. Students will develop reading ability through sentences and short passages adapted from Greek authors such as Menander, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Solon, and Theognis. They will also discuss aspects of Greek culture and civilization illuminated in these texts.

Prerequisites: Language Placement with a score of GK101

Attributes: Ancient Studies Course, Undergraduate

GRK 102 Beginning Ancient Greek II (4 credits)

In an interactive environment, students will learn basic Attic Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, with special attention to English and modern language derivatives. Students will develop reading ability through sentences and short passages adapted from Greek authors such as Menander, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Solon, and Theognis. They will also discuss aspects of Greek culture and civilization illuminated in these texts.

Prerequisites: GRK 1011 or GRK 101

Attributes: Ancient Studies Course, Undergraduate

GRK 201 Intermediate Ancient Greek I (3 credits)

In an interactive environment, students will learn Attic Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. They will achieve greater understanding and mastery of ancient Greek morphology and syntax. Students will develop reading ability through original selections from Plato’s Apology, which deals with the trial of Socrates. Students will learn about the political, philosophical, religious, and literary dimensions of Plato’s account of the trial of Socrates and Socratic thought.

Attributes: Ancient Studies Course, Undergraduate

GRK 202 Intermediate Ancient Greek II (3 credits)

In an interactive environment, students will learn Attic Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. They will achieve greater understanding and mastery of ancient Greek morphology and syntax. Students will develop reading ability through original selections from Plato’s Apology, which deals with the trial of Socrates. Students will learn about the political, philosophical, religious, and literary dimensions of Plato’s account of the trial of Socrates and Socratic thought.

Prerequisites: GRK 1211 or GRK 201

Attributes: Ancient Studies Course, Undergraduate

GRK 493 Advanced Greek (3 credits)