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Key - General Education Requirements, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
G Seminar in Composition EX Creative Expression L Foreign Language
W Writing Intensive PH Philosophy COM International/Foreign Culture: Comparative
Q Quantitative and Formal Reasoning SS Social Science GLO International/Foreign Culture: Global
LIT Literature HS Historical Change REG International/Foreign Culture: Regional
MA The Arts NS Natural Sciences IFN International/Foreign Culture: Non-Western
Key - Basic Skills Requirements, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
I   Workshop in Composition
A  Algebra
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GREEK Courses 2174

0021 Beginning Ancient Greek 2 L    5 cr.
10542 AT MoTuWeThFr 12:00 PM-12:50 PM 00306 CL     No recitation.   Enroll Limit 19 Hoenig,Christina Maria 

This is the second half of a two-term introductory sequence in Attic Greek, the form of Greek used in Athens in the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. The course is intended for beginners. Our focus will be on basic grammar and vocabulary, integrated into shorter passages of continuous text from the beginning. Written homework is required on an ongoing basis. To ensure the student’s progress, there will be frequent in-class (and online, if appropriate) quizzes. It is the aim of this course to set the student on the way to the independent reading of Greek texts.

Prerequisite(s): PREQ: GREEK 0011

This course is offered at least once a year.

0220 Intermediate Greek: Verse   3 cr.
10009 AT TuTh 02:30 PM-03:45 PM TBA TBA     No recitation.   Enroll Limit 19 Bromberg,Jacques Albert 

The purpose of this course will be to introduce the student to Homer and the Homeric dialect. Selections from the Iliad will be read, probably books 1, 6 , and 9. Most time will be devoted to understanding the text and to strengthening the student's grasp of ancient Greek. Some attention will be paid to literary and historical issues.

Prerequisite(s): PREQ: GREEK 0210

This course is offered infrequently.

1420 Adv Readings In Greek Phil   3 cr.
29683 AT TuTh 02:30 PM-03:45 PM 00242 CL     No recitation.   Enroll Limit 19 Bromberg,Jacques Albert 

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Prerequisite(s): PREQ: GREEK 1300 or 1302

This course is offered infrequently.

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