After completing Greek 1 and 3, you will enter an intermediate course, Greek 10, which will be based around a theme or an important text. For instance, we might read Plato's Crito or one of the beautiful speeches by Lysias. As you proceed, you will continue to develop your overall knowledge of the language, and will be able to immerse yourself in some of the ideas circulating in Athens in its political, literary, and philosophical heyday. If you are unable to take Greek 10 in the spring term, there is another opportunity in the fall.
After Greek 10 you are eligible for any course numbered 20 or above. Homer's Iliad, Euripides' Medea, Plato's Republic, the New Testament Greek are just a few of the texts you might read in the original language. During sophomore summer, there is a combined seminar with the advance Latin students.