Greek Language and Literature

Program Type:
  • Major
  • Minor
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Through a variety of courses, we seek to investigate the hallmarks of classical Greece and Rome, and to understand the role of these ancient cultures in forming the modern West. We offer three areas of study: Classical Civilization, Latin Language and Literature, and Greek Language and Literature.

Program Director

Andrew (Drew) Wilburn

Associate Professor of Classics
Department Affiliation

Dale Alexander

Administrative Assistant 440-775-8390

Sample Courses

  • GREK 202 - Intermediate Greek II: Homer's Iliad 4 credits
  • GREK 312 - Plato's Symposium 4 credits
  • GREK 307 - Comedies of Aristophanes 4 credits
  • GREK 201 - Intermediate Greek I: Plato's Apology 4 credits

Greek Language and Literature Faculty

Our faculty are scholars and researchers, who publish widely, translate texts, and guest lecture at conferences and other educational institutions. They work closely with students to develop their scholarship, critical thinking skills and capacity to understand how ancient cultures and civilizations influence contemporary society.

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Greek Language and Literature News

Rapidfire Language Learning

February 19, 2016
Students who choose an intensive language course over winter term learn an entire semester’s material in one month.