Greek - CLG

CLG 101 Elementary Greek I 3 Credits

Intensive introduction to the grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of classical Greek. Selected readings. Fall.

Offered: every fall.

CLG 102 Elementary Greek II 3 Credits

Intensive introduction to the grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of classical Greek. Selected readings.

Prerequisite: CLG 101 or permission of instructor.

Offered: every spring.

CLG 203 Greek Literature: Homer 3 Credits

Selected readings from Homer.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 208 Greek Historians 3 Credits

Selected Greek historical authors, genres, or themes.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 209 Greek Historians: Xenophon 3 Credits

Selected readings from Xenophon.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 213 Greek Philosophers 3 Credits

Book I of Plato's Republic and related texts.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 303 Readings in Greek: Homer 3 Credits

Selected readings from Homer.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 305 Readings in Greek Literature: Daphnis and Chloe 3 Credits

Longus' Daphnis and Chloe.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 306 Readings in Greek Literature 3 Credits

Selected Greek historical authors, genres, or themes.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 307 Readings in Greek Literature 3 Credits

Selected Greek literary authors, genres, or themes.

Prerequisites: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

Offered: occasionally.

CLG 308 Readings in Greek History: Sources for Athenian History 3 Credits

Selected Inscriptions and portions the Constitution of Athens attributed to Aristotle.

Prerequisite: CLG 102 or permission of instructor.

CLG 400 Paideia 3 Credits

Selected Greek authors, texts, themes, or genres.

Prerequisite: at least two semesters of CLG courses, completion of all other core curriculum requirements, & permission of the chair or instructor.

CLG 499 Independent Study: Greek 3 Credits

Directed research on a selected topic. Independent studies require an application and approval by the associate dean.

Prerequisite: permission of the instructor, department chair, & associate dean.