Grk 311 Greek Appreciation (Every Summer)
This course is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Greek language. The student will learn the Greek Alphabet as well as a limited vocabulary of Greek words. Additionally, the student will learn some of the basics of Greek grammar.

Grk 411 Greek Grammar I (Every Fall)
The student is introduced to the fundamentals of Koine Greek. Emphasis is given to acquiring a basic vocabulary and learning case functions and verb endings.

Grk 412 Greek Grammar II (Every Spring)
This is a continuation of Grk 411. Emphasis is given to grammar and syntax and the development of translation skills. Translation exercises include verses from the Johannine writings. Prerequisite: Grk 411.

Grk 415 Intermediate Greek (Summer as Needed)
An intensive review of basic principles of grammar and translation for students who need or desire further instruction before taking Grk 421 or Grk 621. Note: This course is not intended as a substitute for Grk 421 or 621.

Grk 421 Greek Translation I (Every Fall)
Translation skills are developed and sharpened by the inductive method through the translation of selected passages from the historical writings of the New Testament. Translation and the acquisition and retention of vocabulary are emphasized. Prerequisite: Grk 412. Note: Master’s students may take the course for elective credit only.

Grk 422 Greek Translation II (Every Spring)
A further development of the basic skills of translation and interpretation are achieved by the inductive method through the translation of selected passages from the epistles of the New Testament. Prerequisite: Grk 412. Note: Master’s students may take the course for elective credit only.

Grk 511 Greek Grammar I (Every Fall)
The student is introduced to the fundamentals of Koine Greek. Emphasis is given to acquiring a foundational vocabulary and learning case functions and verb endings.

Grk 512 Greek Grammar II (Every Spring)
This is a continuation of Grk 511. Emphasis is given to grammar and syntax and the development of translation and interpretive skills. Translation exercises include verses from the Johannine writings. This course, in conjunction with Grk 511, is designed to prepare the student for exegesis. Prerequisite: Grk 511.

Grk 621 Greek Exegesis I (Every Fall)
This course consists of exegetical and interpretative studies in the historical or apostolic writings of the New Testament. Translation skills are improved through an inductive study of Greek grammar and syntax. Interpretation skills are enhanced through the development of word studies. Vocabulary acquisition and retention are emphasized. Prerequisite: Grk 412 or Grk 512.

Grk 622 Greek Exegesis II (Every Spring)
The student’s exegetical and interpretive skills are further developed by the study of the principles of syntax and exegesis of selected historical or apostolic writings. The student is introduced to textual criticism by means of variant analysis and will conduct independent exegetical research of a select passage. Grammar, vocabulary, and syntax are emphasized. Prerequisite: Grk 621.