All Courses

GRKM 199 - Undergraduate Open Seminar

May be repeated in separate terms.

GRKM 201 - Elementary Modern Greek I

Develops elementary proficiency in spoken and written Modern Greek, and introduces elements of cultural knowledge. Familiarizes beginning students with the Greek alphabet and modern Greek pronunciation rules, and introduces Modern Greek morphology and syntax. Emphasizes listening comprehension, reading skills, and basic conversational skills. Online language laboratory and internet assignments required. Same as GRK 251.

GRKM 202 - Elementary Modern Greek II

Develops elementary proficiency in spoken and written Modern Greek, including familiarity with elements of cultural knowledge and Modern Greek morphology and syntax. Emphasizes listening comprehension, reading skills, writing and conversational abilities. Online language laboratory and internet assignments required. Same as GRK 252. Prerequisite: GRKM 201.

GRKM 403 - Intermediate Modern Greek I

Advances students' knowledge of Modern Greek grammar and vocabulary and enables them to converse in Modern Greek by exposing them to different uses of Modern Greek in day-to-day communication, and to expand their knowledge of Modern Greek culture. Online language laboratory and internet assignments required. Same as GRK 403. 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: GRKM 202 or consent of the instructor.

GRKM 404 - Intermediate Modern Greek II

Consolidates students' knowledge of Modern Greek grammar and vocabulary and enables them to converse in Modern Greek by exposing them to different uses of Modern Greek in day-to-day communication. Also offers an introduction to aspects of Modern Greek literature. In addition to listening comprehension and reading skills, the course emphasizes writing and conversational abilities. Online language laboratory and internet assignments required. Same as GRK 404. 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: GRKM 403 or consent of instructor.

GRKM 453 - Advanced Modern Greek I

Practice to enable students to attain conversational fluency and to become independent users of the language who deal effectively and with a good deal of accuracy with familiar communication situations. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Prerequisite: GRKM 404 or consent of instructor.

GRKM 454 - Advanced Modern Greek II

Continued practice to enable students to improve their fluency and use Modern Greek effectively in a variety of contexts. 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Offered Spring terms only. Prerequisite: GRKM 453 or consent of instructor.