Courses - Faculty of Arts


Greek

Stage I

GREEK 100
15 Points

Introduction to Ancient Greek Language 1

A beginner's course in the grammar and vocabulary of Ancient Greek.

Restriction: May not be taken if a more advanced language acquisition course in this subject has previously been passed

GREEK 101
15 Points

Introduction to Ancient Greek Language 2

An advancing beginner's course in the grammar and vocabulary of Ancient Greek.

Prerequisite: GREEK 100 or approval of Academic Head or nominee

Restriction: May not be taken if a more advanced language acquisition course in this subject has previously been passed

Stage II

GREEK 200
15 Points

Ancient Greek Language Acquisition: Intermediate

The analysis and description of Ancient Greek grammar, practice in the translation of Ancient Greek to and from English, vocabulary acquisition.

Prerequisite: GREEK 101

Restriction: May not be taken if a more advanced language acquisition course in this subject has previously been passed

GREEK 201
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 2A

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 101

GREEK 202
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 2B

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 101

GREEK 203
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 2C

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 101

GREEK 204
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 2D

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 101

Stage III

GREEK 300
15 Points

Advanced Language Study Part 1

A study of the structure and use of the ancient Greek language including the use of non-Attic Greek.

Prerequisite: GREEK 200 and either GREEK 201 or 202

GREEK 301
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 3A

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 200 and either GREEK 201 or 202

GREEK 302
15 Points

Ancient Greek Literary Texts 3B

Detailed study of prescribed texts with reference to their language and meaning, and critical appreciation of their literary, historical and/or philosophical qualities.

Prerequisite: GREEK 200 and either GREEK 201 or 202

GREEK 305
15 Points

Directed Study

Directed reading and individual study on a topic approved by the Academic Head or nominee.

Prerequisite: GREEK 200 and either GREEK 201 or 202 and approval of Academic Head or nominee

GREEK 310
15 Points

Advanced Language Study Part 2

An advanced analytical study of Greek; translation.

Prerequisite: GREEK 200, and either GREEK 201 or 202

Postgraduate 700 Level Courses

GREEK 707
30 Points

GREEK 707A
15 Points

GREEK 707B
15 Points

Selected Greek Texts 1

Selected texts will be set for translation and explanation.

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 707 A and B, or GREEK 707

GREEK 709
30 Points

GREEK 709A
15 Points

GREEK 709B
15 Points

Directed Study

Directed reading and individual study on a topic approved by the Graduate Adviser.

Prerequisite: Approval of Academic Head or nominee

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 709 A and B, or GREEK 709

GREEK 714
15 Points

GREEK 714A
7.5 Points

GREEK 714B
7.5 Points

Translation Portfolio: Greek to English

A learning portfolio which may include practical exercises in translation, comparative study of different translations of one or more ancient Greek authors, stylistic analysis, or study of the translation history of one or more Greek texts.

Restriction: GREEK 700

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 714 A and B, or GREEK 714

GREEK 792
45 Points

GREEK 792A
22.5 Points

GREEK 792B
22.5 Points

Dissertation

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 792 A and B, or GREEK 792

GREEK 794A
45 Points

GREEK 794B
45 Points

Thesis

Prerequisite: A BA(Hons) in Greek with at least Second Class Honours, First Division, or equivalent

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 794 A and B

GREEK 796A
60 Points

GREEK 796B
60 Points

Thesis

Prerequisite: A BA(Hons) in Greek with at least Second Class Honours, First Division, or equivalent

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 796 A and B

GREEK 797A
60 Points

GREEK 797B
60 Points

Research Portfolio

To complete this course students must enrol in GREEK 797 A and B

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