Greek (Minor)

Greek (Minor)

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What is Greek?

Explore the cultural foundations of Western civilization in the Greek minor, studying ancient and modern Greek and Greek history, literature, philosophy and religion. The minor compliments studies in areas such as business, classics, history, the humanities, philosophy or international affairs, and will help you prepare for a career at home or abroad, or for graduate studies.

Why study Greek at UNH?

As a student of Greek, you’ll have the opportunity to take interdisciplinary courses in areas such as archaeology, ancient philosophy, history and linguistics. The UNH-in-Greece summer study abroad program focuses on Greece from antiquity to the present day, with opportunities to study a variety of subjects from history to politics to art to music.

Potential career areas

  • Academics
  • Business
  • Diplomacy
  • Government
  • Law
  • Linguistics
  • Museum curation
  • Research
  • Writing

Contact

Curriculum & Requirements

The coordinator is Harriet Fertik, Murkland Hall 305; Department of Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies; e-mail harriet.fertik@unh.edu.

A minor in Greek consists of five courses (20 credits).

Select five elective courses in Greek20
Total Credits20

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