Undergraduate Programs

Courses in Greek

Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.


Below you will find a list of all undergraduate courses that have been offered.

NOTE: Not all of these courses are offered in any given year.

CGR 101 NEW TESTAMENT & CLASSICAL GREEK I

An introduction to Greek designed to prepare students to read the Classical Greek dramatists, philosophers, orators, and historians, and the New Testament.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 102 NEW TESTAMENT & CLASSICAL GREEK II

A continuation of CGR 101.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CGR 103 INTERMEDIATE GREEK I

Review of Greek grammar through readings in Plato. Special focus given to more complex grammatical structures.

Prerequisites: CGR 102
Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 104 INTERMEDIATE GREEK II

Continuation of CGR 103

CGR 202 HOMER'S ODYSSEY

A study, translation and discussion of selections from Homer's Odyssey. Special attention given to meter and the poetic aspects of Homeric Greek.

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CGR 202W HOMER'S ODYSSEY

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2014

CGR 204 SOPHOCLES

A close-reading of Sophocles' Oedipus the King in ancient Greek, and Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone in translation. Attention will be paid to Sophoclean meter (especially iambic trimeter) and scholarship, focusing primarily on the key historical and literary question surrounding his work.

Last Offered: Spring 2011

CGR 205 ARISTPHANES LYSISTRATA

A close reading of Aristophanes' Lysistrata in ancient Greek. Attention will be paid to meter and scholarship, focusing primarily on the key historical and literary questions surrounding Aristophanes' work.

Last Offered: Fall 2010

CGR 205W ARISTOPHANES' CLOUDS

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2014

CGR 206 PLATO'S PHAEDRUS

No description

CGR 208 THUCYDIDES

This course will consist of a close reading and translation of sections from The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, in both English and Greek. Special areas of focus will include an examination of authorial stance, reception, the use of oratory, and the book’s relationship with other historical works.

Last Offered: Spring 2015

CGR 209 PLATO'S MENO

Translation and close study of Plato’s Meno. Skill in translating and advancement of the knowledge of Greek is stressed.

Last Offered: Fall 2011

CGR 210 EURIPIDES

By reading one of Euripides’ plays, we will explore the structure, style, and performance of ancient tragedy.

Prerequisites: CGR 102
Last Offered: Spring 2017

CGR 214 HERODOTUS

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 215 SOCRATES: READING IN PLATO

Translation and discussion of various works of Plato as they pertain to the life and philosophy of Socrates. Students will also become familiar with some of the current thought and research on Plato.

Last Offered: Fall 2015

CGR 390 SUPERVISED TEACHING

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 391 INDEPENDENT STUDY

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CGR 392 HONORS RESEARCH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 393 SENIOR PROJECT

No description

Last Offered: Spring 2017

CGR 394 INTERNSHIP

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016

CGR 491 MASTER'S READING COURSE

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016