• Total units 24 Units
  • Areas of interest Ancient Greek
  • Minor code AAGR-MIN
  • Academic career Undergraduate

The advanced Ancient Greek minor provides students the opportunity to expand their proficiency in the Ancient Greek language, improving their grammar and ability to engage with unexpurgated Ancient Greek texts.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:

  1. become acquainted with and extend your command of Ancient Greek grammar and vocabulary; to enable you to increase your ability to read Ancient Greek with pleasure and understanding: some texts at sight, any texts with the aid of dictionaries, grammars, translations, and textual notes;
  2. develop skills in reading Ancient Greek, beginning with the study of simplified texts and moving to focussed examination of foundational texts of the Greek and the Greco-Roman world;
  3. study these texts against their historical and cultural background; and
  4. promote approaches and methodologies for critical thinking not only about the ancient sources but also the discourse of our own world.
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Advice to Students

GREK3125 may be completed more than once in a different Topic in each instance.

Minor Overview

This minor requires the completion of 24 units, which must consist of:

A maximum of 12 units may come from completion of courses from the following list:

Code Title Units
GREK2121 Intermediate Ancient Greek I 6
GREK2122 Intermediate Ancient Greek II 6

A minimum of 12 units must come from completion of courses from the following list:

Code Title Units
GREK3125 Advanced Ancient Greek 6
LANG3001 Translation across Languages: the translation of literary texts 6
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