Greek courses

GREK 1010 Elementary Greek
Elementary Greek
Reading in the language is combined throughout with study of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax.
credit hours: 4

GREK 1020 Intermediate Greek
Intermediate Greek
Reading of Greek texts combined with study of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax.
Pre-requistites: GREK 1010 or equivalent.
credit hours: 4

GREK 2030 Attic Prose
Attic Prose
Practice in Greek prose composition.
Pre-requistites: GREK 1020 or equivalent. Readings in Plato's Socratic dialogues.
credit hours: 4

GREK 3070 Select Authors
Select Authors
Pre-requistites: GREK 2030 or equivalent.
credit hours: 3

GREK 3910 Independent Study
Independent Study
Students wishing to maintain and improve their skill in reading Greek may enroll in a reading course for one, two, or three credits. The reading will sometimes be part or all (depending on the amount of credit sought) of the assigned reading in an existing 3000-level course. Independent study in Greek is open to superior students provided that departmental approval is given and an appropriate faculty director is available.
credit hours: 3

GREK 3920 Independent Study
Independent Study
Students wishing to maintain and improve their skill in reading Greek may enroll in a reading course for one, two, or three credits. The reading will sometimes be part or all (depending on the amount of credit sought) of the assigned reading in an existing 3000-level course. Independent study in Greek is open to superior students provided that departmental approval is given and an appropriate faculty director is available.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4030 Tragedy
Tragedy
Several tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles, or Euripides are read, the selection depending on the desires and needs of the students enrolled.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4040 Greek Comedy
Greek Comedy
Comedy of the fifth century B.C.E., known as Old Comedy, focused on political issues, while Greek comedy of the fourth century B.C.E., known as New Comedy, focused on domestic entanglements. Eleven plays of Aristophanes survive from Old Comedy, and large fragments of seven plays by Menander survive from New Comedy. Several comedies of Aristophanes and selected fragments of Menander will be read in this course.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4050 Plato
Plato
Readings from dialogues of Plato's middle and late periods.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4060 Greek Historians
Greek Historians
Extensive selections from Herodotus or Thucydides with lectures on sources for the modern history of ancient Greece.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4070 Greek Lyric Poetry
Greek Lyric Poetry
This course deals with early iambic, elegiac, and lyric poetry or with the poetry of Pindar.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4080 Greek Orators
Greek Orators
Greek orators of the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.E. wrote speeches for the law courts, for political assemblies, and for display. Readings for this course will be selected from the speeches of Gorgias, Antiphon, Andocides, Lysias, Isokrates, Demosthenes, and Aischines.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4090 Greek Epic Poetry
Greek Epic Poetry
Any Greek epic poetry may be studied in this course, but it usually deals with Homer or Hesiod.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4110 Special Authors
Special Authors
credit hours: 3

GREK 4880 Writing Practicum
Writing Practicum
Notes: Fulfills the school intensive-writing requirement.
Pre-requistites: Successful completion of the First-Year Writing Requirement.
Co-requisites: Three-credit departmental course.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4910 Independent Study
Independent Study
Students wishing to maintain and improve their skill in reading Greek may enroll in a reading course for one, two, or three credits. The reading will sometimes be part or all (depending on the amount of credit sought) of the assigned reading in an existing 4000-level course. Independent study in Greek is open to superior students provided that departmental approval is given and an appropriate faculty director is available.
credit hours: 3

GREK 4920 Independent Study
Independent Study
Students wishing to maintain and improve their skill in reading Greek may enroll in a reading course for one, two, or three credits. The reading will sometimes be part or all (depending on the amount of credit sought) of the assigned reading in an existing 4000-level course. Independent study in Greek is open to superior students provided that departmental approval is given and an appropriate faculty director is available.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6030 Tragedy
Tragedy
Several tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles, or Euripides are read, the selection depending on the desires and needs of the students enrolled.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6040 Greek Comedy
Greek Comedy
Notes: See GREK 4040 for description.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6050 Plato
Plato
Readings from dialogues of Plato's middle and late periods.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6060 Greek Historians
Greek Historians
Extensive selections from Herodotus or Thucydides with lectures on sources for the modern history of ancient Greece.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6070 Greek Lyric Poetry
Greek Lyric Poetry
This course deals with early iambic, elegiac, and lyric poetry or with the poetry of Pindar.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6080 Greek Orators
Greek Orators
Greek orators of the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.E. wrote speeches for the law courts, for political assemblies, and for display. Readings for this course will be selected from the speeches of Gorgias, Antiphon, Andocides, Lysias, Isokrates, Demosthenes, and Aischines.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6090 Greek Epic Poetry
Greek Epic Poetry
Notes: See GREK 4090 for description.
credit hours: 3

GREK 6110 Special Authors
Special Authors
credit hours: 3

GREK 6910 Independent Study
Independent Study
Students wishing to maintain and improve their skill in reading Greek may enroll in a reading course for one, two, or three credits. The reading will sometimes be part or all (depending on the amount of credit sought) of the assigned reading in an existing 4000-level course. Independent study in Greek is open to superior students provided that departmental approval is given and an appropriate faculty director is available.
credit hours: 3

GREK H4990 Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
Notes: Admission by approval of department and the Honors Committee.
credit hours: 3

GREK H5000 Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
Notes: Admission by approval of department and the Honors Committee.
credit hours: 3