Greek (GREEK)

A classical background enriches one’s experiences in college and in later life, while the verbal and analytical skills acquired by learning classical languages are of lasting benefit in whatever career one chooses.

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Typical First Year Schedule

Fall
  • WRIT 111 or REL 121 or Conversation Program
  • GREEK 111*
  • GE/Elective
  • GE/Elective
Interim
  • GE/Elective
Spring
  • WRIT 111 or REL 121 or Conversation Program
  • GREEK 112*
  • GE/Elective
  • GE/Elective
Additional Information

*Assumes that the individual has no prior experience in Greek; higher coursework can be taken if prerequisites are met.

CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS COURSEWORK/PLACEMENT
  • Score of 5 on IB HL Classical Greek Exam earns placement into Greek 231 or any higher-numbered Greek course; IB credit is given for Greek 112 upon successful completion (C or above) of Greek 231, or for Greek 231 upon successful completion (C or above) of any higher-numbered Greek course.
  • AP or IB credit for Latin or Greek 112, or for Latin or Greek 231, can be counted toward the requirements of the Latin, Greek, or Classics major.
Placement
  • Not applicable.
Informational Events

Nothing available at this time.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chair, Department of Classics – Steve Reece (reece@stolaf.edu)

Academic Catalog
2020-21 courses will be updated in August 2020