Foreign Languages (GRE)

College of Arts and Humanities

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GRE 101. Elementary Greek I. 3 Credits.

Forms, grammar, and idioms of Attic and Koine Greek. Readings in Septuagint and New Testament Greek.
Typically offered in Fall.

GRE 102. Elementary Greek II. 3 Credits.

Continuation of the forms, grammar, and idioms of Attic and Koine Greek. Readings in Septuagint and New Testament Greek.
Pre / Co requisites: GRE 102 requires a prerequisite of GRE 101.
Typically offered in Spring.

GRE 199. Transfer Credits. 1-50 Credits.

Transfer Credits.
Repeatable for Credit.

GRE 201. Intermediate Greek I. 3 Credits.

Readings in Socratic dialogues of Plato.
Pre / Co requisites: GRE 201 requires a prerequisite of GRE 102.
Typically offered in Fall.

GRE 202. Intermediate Greek II. 3 Credits.

Homeric prosody and grammar. Reading of selected portions of the Homeric Poems.
Pre / Co requisites: GRE 202 requires a prerequisite of GRE 201.
Typically offered in Spring.

GRE 301. Greek Reading I: Homer. 3 Credits.

Readings in prose and verse. Authors usually selected by genre. This course may be taken again for credit.
Pre / Co requisites: GRE 301 requires a prerequisite of GRE 202.

GRE 302. Greek Reading II: Greek Historians. 3 Credits.

Continuation of readings in prose and verse. Authors usually selected by genre. This course may be taken again for credit.
Pre / Co requisites: GRE 302 requires a prerequisite of GRE 202.
Repeatable for Credit.