Courses and Credits

Enroll in three to four courses for approximately 14-20 quarter or nine to 12 semester credits.

Fall Quarter

Ancient Greek Religion and Mythology

Arts and Humanities
The course will provide a solid basis for understanding the role of religion and mythology in the lives of the ancient Greeks. You will walk the same sacred ground as the ancient Greeks, experience the placement of the sanctuaries in the topography, and visit some of the places connected to the...Read more

Modern Greek Language: Beginner

Greek
The beginning Greek course consists of 45 hours of instructions. It is designed to meet the needs of university students who come to Greece to study the language as well as other subjects. The textbook which is used, together with all the photocopies given throughout the whole course period, cover...Read more

Modern Greek Language: Intermediate

Greek
This course is a continuation of the conversation development strategies and vocabulary areas introduced in Greek I. It focuses on more advanced topics in grammar and emphasizes creative speech and writing.Read more

Modern Greek Society

Social Sciences
This course provides students with an understanding of how Greece’s ancient past continues to play a complicated role in the nation’s identity and future. Students will gain a familiarity with the significant social changes that have occurred over the past several generations and the current...Read more

Monuments of Greece

Art History
Monuments of Greece is a required course for all students enrolled in the Athens Humanities program. The course is constructed on a backbone of field trips consisting of 16 days visiting archaeological sites and museums in Athens, Attika, Crete, the Peloponnese and Central Greece. The sites cover...Read more

Sports, Games and Spectacles in the Graeco-Roman World

History
The aim of this course will be to explore the emergence and subsequent development of both athletic competitions and sports-based games and spectacles from the Bronze Age through to the period of late antiquity. Within this wider spatial and temporal context, the course will subsequently focus on...Read more
Spring Quarter

Ancient Greek Religion and Mythology

Arts and Humanities
The course will provide a solid basis for understanding the role of religion and mythology in the lives of the ancient Greeks. You will walk the same sacred ground as the ancient Greeks, experience the placement of the sanctuaries in the topography, and visit some of the places connected to the...Read more

Modern Greek Language: Beginner

Greek
The beginning Greek course consists of 45 hours of instructions. It is designed to meet the needs of university students who come to Greece to study the language as well as other subjects. The textbook which is used, together with all the photocopies given throughout the whole course period, cover...Read more

Modern Greek Language: Intermediate

Greek
This course is a continuation of the conversation development strategies and vocabulary areas introduced in Greek I. It focuses on more advanced topics in grammar and emphasizes creative speech and writing.Read more

Modern Greek Society

Social Sciences
This course provides students with an understanding of how Greece’s ancient past continues to play a complicated role in the nation’s identity and future. Students will gain a familiarity with the significant social changes that have occurred over the past several generations and the current...Read more

Monuments of Greece

Art History
Monuments of Greece is a required course for all students enrolled in the Athens Humanities program. The course is constructed on a backbone of field trips consisting of 16 days visiting archaeological sites and museums in Athens, Attika, Crete, the Peloponnese and Central Greece. The sites cover...Read more