Greek (GRK)

GRK 201. Greek I. (3 Credits)

Greek I presents elements of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax with a reading of simple Greek prose. Students will learn to recognize Greek vocabulary, to distinguish between the various parts of speech, to analyze Greek morphology, and to apply rules of syntax in order to create translations of elementary Greek texts that represent a synthesis of Greek vocabulary, morphology, and syntax.

Prerequisite: None

GRK 202. Greek II. (3 Credits)

Greek II continues the presentation of elements of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax with a reading of simple Greek prose. Students will learn to recognize Greek vocabulary, to distinguish between the various parts of speech, to analyze Greek morphology, and to apply rules of syntax in order to create translations of elementary Greek texts that represent a synthesis of Greek vocabulary, morphology, and syntax.

Prerequisites: GRK 201.

GRK 203. Elementary Greek I. (4 Credits)

GRK 204. CLASSICAL GRK-PLATO. (3 Credits)

GRK 225. Greek Reading. (2 Credits)

GRK 300. Greek Independent Study. (1-3 Credits)

GRK 303. Greek III. (3 Credits)

Greek III completes the presentation of elements of vocabulary, morphology, and syntax with a reading of simple Greek prose. Students will learn to recognize Greek vocabulary, to distinguish between the various parts of speech, to analyze Greek morphology, and to apply rules of syntax in order to create translations of elementary Greek texts that represent a synthesis of Greek vocabulary, morphology, and syntax.

Prerequisites: GRK 202.

GRK 304. Greek IV. (3 Credits)

Greek IV consists primarily of intermediate narrative readings. These readings may come from any combination of the Gospels, the LXX, or the Church Fathers. Students will increase their knowledge of Greek vocabulary and further develop their understanding of Greek syntax. They will study the culture and genre in which the assigned texts were written while also learning about the transmission of the text of the Greek New Testament.

Prerequisites: GRK 303.

GRK 310. CLASS GRK PROSE:XENOPHO. (3 Credits)

GRK 312. GREEK HISTORIANS. (3 Credits)

GRK 313. The Septuagint I. (3 Credits)

GRK 314. The Septuagint II. (3 Credits)

GRK 316. Greek Rdg: Koine. (2 Credits)

GRK 350. GREEK. (12 Credits)

GRK 386. Literary Styles of NT. (3 Credits)

GRK 401. Luke & Septuagint. (3 Credits)

Students will study selected readings of the Greek Old Testament as they relate to the New Testament. Each student will study a variety of Old Testament texts in the Septuagint which are related to the Gospel of Luke in particular. Following the study of the original, further exercises include exegetical research, word studies, and cross-references.

Prerequisites: GRK 304.

GRK 402. NT & Septuagint. (3 Credits)

Students will read through large sections of 1 Corinthians and other select texts with a focus on how the Apostle Paul interprets the Old Testament texts. Following the study of the original, further exercises include exegetical research, word studies, and cross-references.

Prerequisites: GRK 401.

GRK 403. Greek V. (3 Credits)

Greek V will consist primarily of intermediate epistolary readings from the New Testament or other Greek epistolary literature. Students will increase their knowledge of Greek vocabulary and further develop their understanding of Greek syntax. They will study the culture and genre in which the assigned texts were written while also learning about the textual apparatus used in critical editions of the Greek New Testament. Finally, they will produce an exegetical analysis.

Prerequisites: GRK 304.

GRK 404. Greek VI. (3 Credits)

Greek VI consists of advanced readings from the New Testament or other Greek literature. Students will increase their knowledge of Greek vocabulary and further develop their understanding of Greek syntax. They will study the culture and genre in which the assigned texts were written while also researching and writing on aspects of the Greek language. Finally, they will produce a paper on Greek grammar.

Prerequisites: GRK 403.

GRK 405. Literary Greek New Testament. (3 Credits)

GRK 414. Epic Poetry. (3 Credits)

Epic Poetry studies selected readings of such Greek poets as Babrius, Hipponax, Homer, Euripides, and Sophocles, with readings progressing from the relatively easy to the more difficult. The study of Greek prose may also be used to prepare students to read Greek poetry.

Prerequisite: None

GRK 420. Greek Readings. (1 Credit)

Greek Readings is a one credit readings course for students of all levels who wish to continue in the language in order to maintain their knowledge and ability in Greek.

Prerequisites: GRK 303.

GRK 483. Senior Project. (1 Credit)