Houston Baptist University Catalog

Greek ( GREK ) Course Descriptions

  • GREK 2312 GREEK GRAMMAR I

    GREK 2312 Greek Grammar I
    Prerequisite(s): None
    An introduction to the forms, vocabulary, and grammatical usage of the Koine Greek, designed to give the student the tools necessary for translation and analysis of the Greek New Testament.

  • GREK 2322 GREEK GRAMMAR II

    GREK 2322 Greek Grammar
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312
    A continuation of GREK 2312. An introduction to additional forms, vocabulary, and grammatical usage of Koine Greek designed to give the student the skills necessary for translation and analysis of the Greek New Testament.

  • GREK 2381 SPECIAL TOP/INDEPENDENT STUDY

    GREK 2381 Special Topics/Independent Study
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Topics are selected on basis of student need and academic qualifications of staff. If regular lectures are not given, a minimum of 30 hours of work for each hour credit must be included.

  • GREK 3311 GREEK READING AND SYNTAX

    GREK 3311 Greek Syntax and Reading
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312 and GREK 2322
    An intermediate study of Greek syntax with application to the translation and analysis of the Greek New Testament.

  • GREK 4320 SYNOPTIC GOSPELS

    GREK 4320 Synoptic Gospels
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4320 The Synoptic Gospels covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Synoptic Gospels. This course may be taken up to three times for credit if content differs.

  • GREK 4325 JOHANNINE LITERATURE

    GREK 4325 Johannine Literature
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4325 Johannine Literature covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Johannine Literature.

  • GREK 4330 ACTS I

    GREK 4330 Acts I
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4330 Acts I covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles chapters 1-14.

  • GREK 4331 ACTS II

    GREK 4331 Acts II
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4331 Acts II covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles chapters 15-28.

  • GREK 4335 PAULINE EPISTLES

    GREK 4335 Pauline Epistles
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4335 Pauline Epistles covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Pauline Epistles. This course may be taken up to three times for credit if content differs.

  • GREK 4340 REVELATION

    GREK 4340 Revelation
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4340 Revelation covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the book of Revelation.

  • GREK 4345 SEPTUAGINT

    GREK 4345 Septuagint
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4345 Septuagint covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Septuagint.

  • GREK 4350 APOSTOLIC FATHERS

    GREK 4350 Apostolic Fathers
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 4350 Apostolic Fathers covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Apostolic Fathers.

  • GREK 4351 GREEK READING/SYNTAX II

    GREK 4351 Greek Reading and Syntax II
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312 and GREK 2322 and GREK 3311
    Advanced study of Greek syntax with application to the translation and analysis of the Greek New Testament.

  • GREK 4352 DIRECTED STUDIES IN GREEK

    GREK 4352 Directed Studies in Greek
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312 and GREK 2322 and GREK 3311 and GREK 4351
    Advanced study of Greek literature of the Koine period. This course may not be repeated more than twice.

  • GREK 5301 GREEK I

    GREK 5301 Greek I
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Greek I is a study of Koine Greek grammar and syntax for reading the Greek New Testament and selected extrabiblical literature.

  • GREK 5302 GREEK II

    GREK 5302 Greek II
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 5301
    Greek II is an advanced study of Koine Greek grammar and syntax for reading and exegesis of the Greek New Testament and other selected literature.

  • GREK 5381 SPECIAL TOP/INDEPENDENT STUDY

    GREK 5381 Special Topics/Independent Study
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Topics are selected on basis of student need and academic qualifications of staff. If regular lectures are not given, a minimum of 30 hours of work for each hour credit must be included.

  • GREK 5381 SPECIAL TOP/INDEPENDENT STUDY

    GREK 5381 Special Topics/Independent Study
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Topics are selected on basis of student need and academic qualifications of staff. If regular lectures are not given, a minimum of 30 hours of work for each hour credit must be included.

  • GREK 6301 INTERMEDIATE GREEK

    GREK 6301 Intermediate Greek
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 5301 and GREK 5302
    Introductory studies in Greek grammar and syntax of select literature of the Koine period.

  • GREK 6303 GREEK STUDIES II

    GREK 6303 Greek Studies II
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 6301
    Intermediate studies in Greek grammar, syntax and linguistic approaches to select literature of the Koine period.

  • GREK 6320 SYNOPTIC GOSPELS

    GREK 6320 Synoptic Gospels
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6320 The Synoptic Gospels covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Synoptic Gospels. This course may be taken up to three times for credit if content differs.

  • GREK 6325 JOHANNINE LITERATURE

    GREK 6325 Johannine Literature
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6325 Johannine Literature covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Johannine Literature.

  • GREK 6330 ACTS I

    GREK 6330 Acts I
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6330 Acts I covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles chapters 1-14.

  • GREK 6331 ACTS II

    GREK 6331 Acts II
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6331 Acts II covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles chapters 15-28.

  • GREK 6335 PAULINE EPISTLES

    GREK 6335 Pauline Epistles
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6335 Pauline Epistles covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Pauline Epistles. This course may be taken up to three times for credit if content differs.

  • GREK 6340 REVELATION

    GREK 6340 Revelation
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6340 Revelation covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the book of Revelation.

  • GREK 6345 SEPTUAGINT

    GREK 6345 Septuagint
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6345 Septuagint covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Septuagint.

  • GREK 6350 APOSTOLIC FATHERS

    GREK 6350 Apostolic Fathers
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 2312, 2322, 3311
    Co-requisite(s): None
    GREK 6350 Apostolic Fathers covers advanced study of biblical Greek through translation of the Greek text of the Apostolic Fathers.

  • GREK 6351 GREEK STUDIES III

    GREK 6351 Greek Studies III
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 6303
    Advanced studies in Greek grammar, syntax, and linguistic approaches to literature of the Koine Period.

  • GREK 6352 ADV DIRECTED STUDIES IN GREEK

    GREK 6352 Advanced Directed Studies in Greek
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 6351
    Advanced studies in Greek grammar, syntax, linguistic approaches, and/or text critical theories with application to literature of the Koine Period. Course may be repeated as course content differs.