Greek

From Homer’s Odyssey to the philosophy of Plato, Sophocles’ tragedies to Herodotus, the father of history, ancient Greek culture helped lay the groundwork for modern western civilization.

The Greek curriculum focuses on the language of Ancient Greece and establishes a foundation for further studies in religion, philosophy, biology, comparative literature, politics and many other fields. Fulfill your University of San Francisco language requirement in two semesters, rather than three, and apply a portion of your Greek credit towards completing a minor in Classical Studies.

GREK 101 - First Semester Ancient Greek (4-6)

An intensive introduction to the phonology, morphology, and syntax of Attic Greek (a prestige dialect spoken in Attica), supplemented with readings from various Greek authors. Offered every fall.

GREK 102 - Second Semester Ancient Greek (4-6)

This course is a continuation of GREK 101 - First Semester Ancient Greek. Offered every spring.

For questions related to Greek courses, please contact Professor J.F. Garcia at jfgarcia2@usfca.edu.