Course subject: Greek (GRK)

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Greek (GRK) 600 Topics in Greek Language (0.50) SEM

Course ID: 014421
This course will involve the reading of original material in ancient Greek will focus on the advanced study of the language itself, although topics may vary from single authors to literary genres to chronological periods. This course is repeatable provided the topic is different. Examples could include: Archaic Greek Hexameter; Greek Palaeography; Ancient Greek Hymnography; Late Antique Greek Poetry; Greek Philosophy and Poetry; Hellenistic Composition, Grammar and Reading.

Greek (GRK) 601 Topics in Greek Language (0.25) SEM

Course ID: 014422
0.25 credit offering to be combined with LAT 601. This 0.25 credit version of GRK 600 will allow faculty members to offer single-term courses that combine reading of original sources in both ancient Greek and Latin on selected topics. This course is repeatable provided the topic is different. Examples could include: Greek Palaeography or Greek Epigraphy.

Greek (GRK) 602 Introductory Greek for Graduate Students (1) SEM

Course ID: 016282
A course designed for graduate level students beginning the study of Ancient Greek. This course will teach the foundational grammar, syntax and vocabulary in an accelerated way, while also training students in graduate level interpretation of texts in the original language. The student will also meet individually with the professor for advanced work, so that the student will have completed the equivalent of up to GRK 201 by the end of the course.