Degree:
B.A.
Division:
Humanities
Program Options:
Joint Concentration

The study of the Greek language is foundational for understanding the classical and Byzantine worlds. In addition, knowledge of Greek is valuable for better understanding language in general and English in particular.

About the Greek Area of Concentration

Greek is a joint concentration that consists of six courses or activities. Four must be in Greek language. The remaining two can also be in Greek language, or they can be in classical civilization or Latin language.

Recent courses

  • Advanced Greek: Euripides’ Medea
  • Elementary Homeric Greek I

Career Pathways

  • Translation and Interpretation
  • Education
  • Civil and Foreign Service
  • Intelligence
  • Journalism
  • Museum work

Contact Us

Humanities Division

Contact
Phone Number
Email Address
Location
Office
Ace Academic Center 116

Greek Faculty

David Rohrbacher Professor of Classics
Office / Division / Concentration Humanities Division Classics Greek Latin Literature Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Carl Shaw Professor of Classics
Office / Division / Concentration Humanities Division Classics Greek Latin Literature

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