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Beginning Modern Greek

Registration is now open for a remote course beginning August 29

Hellenic College welcomes both currently enrolled students and non-degree seekers to enroll.

You are invited to enroll...

in an accredited, college-level course to speak and write in the Modern Greek language at the beginning level. We invite you to enroll in this remotely offered course via live streaming instruction by Dr. Panayotis League on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:10 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Registration is now open and will close on August 22 for those seeking to fulfill language credit requirements, high school seniors looking to earn advanced credit, and anyone interested in learning to speak and write Modern Greek around the globe. Qualified applicants will be accepted to the class on a first-come, first-served basis. Our small class sizes allow for interaction between the instructor and students.

Please complete the Course Inquiry Form on this page to receive more information and the link to the course application.

For more information or to apply for this course, please fill out the form below.

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Course Details

  • Course Delivery: Remote, synchronous delivery through Canvas and Zoom
  • Time of Class: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9:10 AM to 11:00 AM EST.
  • Dates of the Semester: Monday, August 29th through the end of final exams on Tuesday, December 20, 2022. Here is the link to the academic calendar.
  • Course Size: To preserve the character of the Hellenic College education, enrollment will be limited.
  • Admission Requirements: Complete the Course Application that collects contact information; request a recommendation letter from a professor, parish priest, employer, or mentor; submit a college transcript (unofficial).

Course Description

Beginning Modern Greek I is designed as a thorough introduction to spoken and written Modern Greek. The goal is to establish a firm foundation in the language's grammar, syntax, and core vocabulary, develop conversational and composition skills, and explore the cultural context in which the Greek language has developed and is currently evolving. This course is taught through a combination of lectures, audio-visual presentations, and in-class projects.

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