Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2006/2007
Canadian Excellence

Greek
Department of Archaeology & Classical Studies

Refer to faculty listing given under the Classical Studies section.

Honours Combination BA, General BA and Minor:

Department of Archaeology & Classical Studies

Full-Time Faculty
Notes: GR Courses

  1. By co-operative agreement with the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Waterloo, certain courses may, from year to year, be available at only one of the two universities. Courses other than those specified each year may be taken for credit only by cross-registration. GR101 and GR102 are taught separately at each university; GR201 and GR202 are also offered separately when enrolments warrant.
  2. Sight translation is included in all courses.
  3. A student is a person who is registered in a program that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate of the university and includes all students described in the section, Classification of Students, but does not include a visitor. ')" onMouseOut="hideGlossaryDef()">students>Students entering with ability in ancient Greek should consult with the department to determine advanced standing.
Course Offerings
Course # Title Credits
GR101 Introductory Ancient Greek I 0.5
GR102 Introductory Ancient Greek II 0.5
GR201 Intermediate Greek 0.5
GR202 Selections from Greek Authors 0.5
GR351 Advanced Composition, Grammar and Reading 0.5
GR363 Introduction to Greek Tragedy 0.5
GR370 Greek Historians 0.5
GR375 Homer 0.5
GR472 Advanced Readings in Greek Poetry 0.5
GR473 Greek Comedy 0.5
GR474 Advanced Reading in Greek Prose 0.5
GR475 Readings in Greek Philosophy 0.5
GR490 Directed Study 0.5
GR495 Directed Study 1.0