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Courses in Greek

Note that completion of GREK 101, 102 and two 300 level GREK courses will fulfill the language requirement of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Refer to the Graduate Bulletin for 900-level courses.

101. Elementary Greek I (5 cr)
Fundamentals of grammar; reading and writing of simple Greek.

102. Elementary Greek II (5 cr)
A continuation of GREK 101, reading of Attic prose.

361. Homer (3 cr)
Prereq: GREK 371 or 372.

371. Xenophon (3 cr)
Prereq: GREK 102.

Selected reading from the Anabasis, Hellenica, Memorabilia.

372. Plato (3 cr)
Prereq: GREK 102. 

373. New Testament Greek (3 cr)
Prereq: GREK 102. 

399. Independent Study in Greek (1-24 cr)
Prereq: Permission.

399H. Honors Course (1-4 cr)
Prereq: For use of candidates for degrees with distinction, with high distinction, and with highest distinction in the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Note: The prerequisite for any 400 level course is GREK 361 or permission unless otherwise stated.

491/891. Topics in Greek Prose (3 cr, max. 24)
This course counts toward fulfillment of the University-wide Integrative Studies requirements.

492/892. Topics in Greek Poetry (3 cr, max. 24)
Readings from Greek verse masterpieces. Topics vary. Repeatable. 
This course counts toward fulfillment of the University-wide Integrative Studies requirements.

896. Reading and Research (1-24 cr)
Prereq: Permission.

896A. Reading and Research (1-24 cr)
Prereq: Permission.

899. Masters Thesis ( 6-10 cr)

Refer to the Graduate Bulletin for 900-level courses.