GREK

GREK 201 Hellenistic Greek I
4 hours. A beginning course in the Greek of the New Testament, including vocabulary, grammar, declensions, conjugations, and special constructions. The First Epistle of John and various other selections from the New Testament are read.

GREK 202 Hellenistic Greek II
4 hours. A beginning course in the Greek of the New Testament, including vocabulary, grammar, declensions, conjugations, and special constructions. The First Epistle of John and various other selections from the New Testament are read. The second semester may be applied as biblical studies major credit. Prerequisite: GREK 201 Hellenistic Greek I.

GREK 285 Selected Topics
1-4 hours. A variety of topics may be offered to meet the special needs and interests of students, faculty, or visiting professors.

GREK 295 Individualized Study
1-3 hours. Individualized study or supervised research in an area of special interest to the student which is outside the regular offerings of the major. Additional course fee (per credit) is required.

GREK 301 Hellenistic Greek III
4 hours. The continuation of the course in the Greek of the New Testament, including vocabulary, grammar, and special constructions. Emphasis is placed on readings from biblical texts and exegesis of those texts. Prerequisite: GREK 202 Hellenistic Greek II.

GREK 302 Hellenistic Greek IV
4 hours. The continuation of the course in the Greek of the New Testament, including vocabulary, grammar, and special constructions. Emphasis is placed on readings from biblical texts and exegesis of those texts. Prerequisite: GREK 301 Hellenistic Greek III.

GREK 485 Special Topics
1-4 hours. A variety of topics may be offered to meet the special needs and interests of students, faculty, or visiting professors.

GREK 495 Individualized Study
1-3 hours. Individualized study or supervised research in an area of special interest to the student which is outside the regular offerings of the major. Additional course fee (per credit) is required.