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GREEK

GK 101: Introduction to Ancient Greek I
Introduction to classical Greek. Master grammatical constructions and vocabulary in order to read original Greek texts, both poetry and prose, to include: Homer, Plato, Euripides, and the New Testament.

GK 102: Introduction to Ancient Greek II
Introduction to classical Greek. Master grammatical constructions and vocabulary in order to read original Greek texts, both poetry and prose, to include: Homer, Plato, Euripides, and the New Testament. Prerequisite: GK 101.

GK 201: Intermediate Greek I: Prose
This course provides an introduction to classical Greek prose literature. Read Herodotus, Plato, Aristotle, and other great authors in the original language with attention to the history and socio-political context of the works. Prerequisite: GK 102.

GK 202: Intermediate Greek II: Poetry
This course provides an introduction to Greek poetry. Read Homer, Euripides, Menander, and other great authors in the original language with attention to genre, style, and historical context. Prerequisite: GK 102.

GK 210: Major Authors
Focuses on one or two important authors, offering students an in-depth reading experience coupled with discussion of historical context and related topics. Prerequisite: GK 202.

GK 310: Major Authors
Focuses on one or two important authors, offering students an in-depth reading experience coupled with discussion of historical context and related topics. Students will conduct independent research projects. Prerequisite: GK 202.

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