Seminary Courses

Study Areas

Greek

  • GRK 600 Koine Greek I

    The first in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. For pedagogical purposes grounded in research on second-language acquisition, students will not only read but will also write, speak, and listen to ancient Greek.
  • GRK 601 Koine Greek II

    The second in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. For pedagogical purposes grounded in research on second-language acquisition, students will not only read but will also write, speak, and listen to ancient Greek. By the completion of the course, students will be able to read very simple narrative texts and summarize them both orally and in writing (in Greek).
    Prerequisite
    GRK 600 Koine Greek I
  • GRK 700 Koine Greek III

    The third in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. For pedagogical purposes grounded in research on second-language acquisition, students will not only read but will also write, speak, and listen to ancient Greek. By the completion of the course, students will be able to read very simple narrative texts and summarize them both orally and in writing (in Greek).
    Prerequisite
    GRK 601 Koine Greek II
  • GRK 701 Koine Greek IV

    The fourth in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. Although moving toward fluency in ancient Greek remains the chief emphasis, this course devotes increasing attention to close reading of biblical texts. By the completion of the course, students will be able to read extended narrative texts and summarize them both orally and in writing (in Greek).
    Prerequisite
    GRK 700 Koine Greek III
  • GRK 800 Koine Greek V

    The fifth in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. Students read, listen to, discuss and write about a series of increasingly complex ancient Greek texts (in Greek).
    Prerequisite
    GRK 701 Koine Greek IV
  • GRK 801 Koine Greek VI

    The sixth in a sequence of courses designed to help students move toward the goal of reading ancient Greek texts directly in the target language. Students read, listen to, discuss and write about a series of increasingly complex ancient Greek texts (in Greek).
    Prerequisite
    GRK 800 Koine Greek V
  • GRK 802 Advanced Greek Grammar

    This advanced course devotes particular attention to such topics as recent developments in the study of verbal aspect, the middle voice, discourse analysis, and the use of prepositions in the Koine period.
    Prerequisite
    GRK 801 Koine Greek VI