College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Greek (GRK)

GRK 211   Beginning Greek I4 credits

Students begin their study of the fundamentals of Greek grammar.

GRK 212   Beginning Greek II4 credits

Students complete their study of the fundamentals of Greek grammar. (Prerequisite: GRK 211)

GRK 299   Greek Review1 credit

Students review basic concepts, master of vocabulary and forms, and explore syntactic structures in preparation for the seminary entrance exam.

GRK 312   Matthew2 credits

Through reading of major portions of the Greek text of Matthew, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to the indicative verb. Matthew is read in the fall term prior to Year A in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 314   Mark2 credits

Through reading of the complete Greek text of Mark, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to nouns, pronouns, and adjectives. Mark is read in the fall term prior to Year B in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 316   Luke2 credits

Through reading of major portions of the Greek text of Luke, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to the vocabulary of Luke. Luke is read in the fall term prior to Year C in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 412   Galatians and Romans2 credits

Through the reading of the complete Greek texts of Galatians and Romans, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to participles. (Prerequisite: GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 414   Corinthians2 credits

Through reading of major portions of the Greek texts of both letters, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of syntactic relationships. Particular attention will be given to the syntax of subordinate clauses. (Pre requisite: completion of GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 416   General Epistles2 credits

Through selected reading of the Greek texts of a wide variety of epistolary writings, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and in the analysis of textual variants. Particular attention will be given to texts displaying a broad range of textual variation. (Prerequisite: GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK 488   Greek Independent Study1-4 credits