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GREEK (GR) (SEE ALSO LATIN AND CLASSICS)

Professor Kirk Summers, Advisor
Office: 239 B. B. Comer Hall

GR 101 Beginning Greek I. Three hours.

Fundamentals of Greek grammar and syntax. Offered in the fall semester.

GR 102 Beginning Greek II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 101 with a grade of "C" or higher, or language department placement.

Continued study of the fundamentals of Greek grammar and syntax. Offered in the spring semester.

GR 201 Intermediate Greek I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 102 or equivalent.

Introduction to and practice in reading Greek literature, particularly Homer's Iliad.

GR 202 Intermediate Greek II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 201 or equivalent.

An introduction to Greek prose with an emphasis on Xenophon's Anabasis.

GR 301 Advanced Greek I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 202 or equivalent.

Select readings from Greek prose and poetry. An effort is made to accommodate the student's special interests. Offered according to demand.

GR 302 Advanced Greek II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 301 or equivalent.

More select readings from Greek prose and poetry. An effort is made to accommodate the student's special interests. Offered according to demand.

GR 490 Greek Literature. Three hours.

Prerequisite: GR 302 or equivalent.

Select readings in Greek literature. An effort is made to accommodate the student's special interests. The course may be repeated for credit. Offered according to demand.

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