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GRE (Greek)

GRE 101 Attic Greek I (4 hours)
This course will introduce students to the grammatical and syntactical elements of the Attic dialect of fifth century Athens. Mastery of these materials will enable students to read works written by Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato, Aristotle, and other ancient authors of this period. Knowledge of Attic Greek will also provide a foundation for those wishing to study Homeric epic or The New Testament. In general, native-level Greek speakers are restricted from taking Greek at the elementary level. Native-level speakers should consult with the instructor prior to attempting to enroll in an Elementary Greek course.

GRE 102 Attic Greek II (4 hours)
Building on the foundation from GRE 101, this course will continue to introduce students to the grammatical and syntactical elements of the Attic dialect of fifth century Athens. Mastery of these materials will enable students to read works written by Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato, Aristotle, and other ancient authors of this period. Knowledge of Attic Greek will also provide a foundation for those wishing to study Homeric epic or The New Testament. In general, native-level Greek speakers are restricted from taking Greek at the elementary level. Native-level speakers should consult with the instructor prior to attempting to enroll in an Elementary Greek course.

GRE 200 Independent Study in Attic Greek (1-4 hours)
This course provides the opportunity for an intense study of diverse topics under the direct supervision of the instructor. The student and instructor will collaborate to develop the content of the course, which must be approved as outlined by the Independent Study Policy.

GRE 290 Special Topics in Attic Greek (1-4 hours)
Courses of selected topics will be offered periodically as determined by the needs of the curriculum. Prerequisites can vary based on the topic selected. See individual course listings for each semester for the specific topic and any prerequisites.

Specifically, this Attic Greek course is an intense study of diverse topics under the direct supervision of an Attic Greek faculty member.

GRE 400 Advanced Independent Study in Attic Greek (1-4 hours)
This course provides the opportunity for an advanced, intense study of diverse topics under the direct supervision of the instructor. These offerings are generally suited for junior or senior students. The student and instructor will collaborate to develop the content of the course, which must be approved as outlined by the Independent Study Policy. (Sec. 6.15.)

GRE 490 Advanced Special Topics in Attic Greek (1-4 hours)
Advanced courses of selected topics will be offered periodically as determined by the needs of the curriculum. These offerings are generally suited for junior or senior students. Prerequisites can vary based on the topic selected. See individual course listings for each semester for the specific topic and any prerequisites.

GRE 495 Internship in Attic Greek (1-12 hours)
An internship designed to provide a formalized experiential learning opportunity to qualified students. The internship generally requires the student to have an application (which satisfies all internship requirements developed by the academic program that oversees the internship) and to obtain a faculty supervisor in the relevant field of study. All internships are graded on a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory basis. Prerequisites are determined by the academic program overseeing the internship course.