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Accounting 010
African Area Studies 016
Africana Studies
Aging 018
American History 512
American Literature
American Studies 050
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Art 080, 081
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Catalan 145
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Chinese 165
Cinema Studies 175
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Teacher Certification
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Courses in Classical Humanities (190)
Classical Humanities Courses in Other Departments
Courses in Greek, Ancient (490)
Courses in Latin (580)
Cognitive Science 185
Communication
Community Development
Comparative Literature 195
Computer Science 198
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Foreign Language Proficiency Certificates
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German 470
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Greek 490
Greek, Modern Greek Studies 489
Hindi 505
History
History/French Joint Major 513
History/Political Science Joint Major 514
Hungarian 535
Individualized Major
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Italian 560
Japanese 565
Jewish Studies 563
Journalism and Media Studies 567
Junior Year Abroad
Korean 574
Labor Studies 575
Latin 580
Latin American Studies 590
Life Sciences
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Livingston College Courses
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Marketing 630
Mathematics 640
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Military Education, Air Force 690
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Physics 750
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Planning and Public Policy 762
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Political Science 790
Portuguese 810
Psychology 830
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Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies 836
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Russian 860
Russian, Central and East European Studies 861
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Sociology 920
South Asian Studies 925
Spanish 940
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Ukrainian 967
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Classics Courses in Greek, Ancient (490)  

Courses in Greek, Ancient (490)

01:490:101Elementary Greek I (4) Intensive study of Greek grammar in conjunction with readings in simple Greek prose.
01:490:102Elementary Greek II (4) Continued study of Greek grammar in conjunction with readings. Prerequisite: 01:490:101 or permission of instructor.
01:490:207Classical Greek Prose (3) Advanced review of Greek grammar through the reading of a work of Plato or several speeches of Lysias. Prerequisite: 01:490:102 or permission of instructor.
01:490:208Euripides (3) Study of fifth-century Athenian drama through the reading of a play of Euripides. Prerequisite: 01:490:102 or permission of instructor.
01:490:211Introduction to New Testament Greek (3) Introduction to grammar and syntax of Greek in conjunction with readings from the Gospels, Acts, or Epistles. Prerequisite: 01:490:102 or permission of instructor.
01:490:304Aristophanes (3) Reading of Cloudsand of one other comedy; comparison of the Aristophanic with the Platonic Socrates; study of relation of Old Comedy to Athenian life. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:305Greek Drama (3) Readings in the works of fifth-century Greek dramatists with special emphasis on Sophocles. Prerequisite: 01:490:207 or 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:306From Athens to Alexandria (3) Major works of the literature of Greece from the fourth century B.C.into the Hellenistic Age. Prerequisite: 01:490:207 or 305 or permission of instructor.
01:490:308Greek Historical Writings (3) Readings of selected narratives in Herodotus and of main speeches, excursuses, and parts of Books six and seven of Thucydides. Comparative study of historical method. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:309Lyric Poetry (3) Survey of the main poets of the "lyric age" of Greece (Alcman, Sappho, Alcaeus, Archilochus, Solon, Theognis, Anacreon); reading of an ode of Pindar. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:310Greek Heroic Poetry (3) Studies in the poetry and culture of Homeric Greece. Selections from the Iliad or Odyssey. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:311New Testament Greek (3) Selections from the Gospels, Acts, and Epistles supplemented by a review of grammar and syntax.
01:490:312Socratic Literature (3) Portraits of Socrates in Plato, Xenophon, Aeschines of Sphettus, and Aristophanes, with emphasis on the reading, in Greek, of selections from the writings of these authors. Prerequisite: 01:490:207 or 208 or permission of instructor. Course is jointly taught (in part) with 01:190:312. Credit not given for both this course and 01:190:312.
01:490:315Menander (3) Study of Dyskolos and Samiaas examples of "New Comedy"; their relation to Athenian life at the end of the fourth century. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:335Greek Prose Composition (3) Review of syntax, composition in Greek, and translation from English to Greek of continuous passages adapted from classical authors. Prerequisite: 01:490:207 or 208.
01:490:352Readings in Plato (3) Reading of one or more Platonic dialogues (or thematically related selections from several) in the original Greek. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor. May be jointly taught (in part) with 01:190:352; separate meetings for readings in Greek. Credit not given for both this course and 01:190:352 or 01:730:352.
01:490:353Readings in Aristotle (3) Reading of one or more treatises by Aristotle (or thematically related selections from several) in the original Greek. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor. May be jointly taught (in part) with 01:190:353; separate meetings for readings in Greek. Credit not given for both this course and 01:190:353.
01:490:391Readings in Greek Prose (3) Readings in selected ancient Greek prose authors or genres. Prerequisites: 01:490:305, 306 or permission of instructor.
01:490:392Readings in Greek Poetry (3) Readings in the works of selected Greek poets or poetic genres. Prerequisites: 01:490:305, 306 or permission of instructor.
01:490:400Demosthenes (3) Reading of one public and one private oration; study of Demosthenes as orator; as source for Athenian law, commerce, and private life; as statesman. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
01:490:402Plato and Aristotle (3) Reading of one Platonic dialogue followed by selected portions of an Aristotelian treatise. Attention to prose style and also to common problems and diverging solutions. Prerequisites: 01:490:207, 208 or permission of instructor.
 
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