Arcadia in Greece Courses

All courses are offered through the Arcadia Greece Center. Students participate in the Core Seminar and are placed in a language course. In addition, students takes three electives. Please note that not all courses are available in all semesters.

  • Make sure your credits transfer back for credit with your home school – this is your responsibility.
  • Please be flexible about courses – we can’t guarantee placement in specific courses.
  • Please review your course choices with your academic or study abroad advisor, and submit the online course registration form to The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University.

Choosing Your Courses

Please review all course information for the program in Greece carefully, including course syllabi and descriptions, and the semester during which the courses is offered, when completing your course selection form.

  • All students are required to enroll in The Greek Key: Experiencing Athens as a Cultural Landscape, which is comprised of two components: Modern Greek Language (4 credits) and Greek Key Seminar (2 credits).
  • All students will also enroll in 3 elective course for 4 credits each. Students are required to enroll in a total of 18 credits for the semester.

We suggest that you secure approval for at least 6 elective courses. Please list them in order of preference on your course form.


Core Course

Core Course (Required)
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA GRCU 111 The Greek Key: Experienceing Athens as a Cultural Landscape 2 Spring/Fall PDF

Language Courses

Greek Language
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA GRMO 101 Beginning Modern Greek I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRMO 102 Beginning Modern Greek II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRMO 201 Intermediate Modern Greek I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRMO 202 Intermediate Modern Greek II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRMO 301 Advanced Modern Greek I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRMO 302 Advanced Modern Greek II 4 Spring/Fall PDF

Electives

Anthropology/Archaeology
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA ARAN 310 Athens on Site 1: Archaeology and the City 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA ARMO 310 Athens on Site II: History and Architecture in Modern Athens 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA ANMO/SOMO 360 Contempory Greek Society 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Critical and Visual Studies
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA ARMA 332 Greek Art: The Present 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Classical Languages
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA GRAN 101 Beginning Ancient Greek Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRAN 102 Beginning Ancient Greek Level II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRAN 201 Intermediate Ancient Greek Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRAN 202 Intermediate Ancient Greek Level II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRAN 301 Advanced Ancient Greek Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA GRAN 302 Advanced Ancient Greek Level II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 101 Beginning Latin Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 102 Beginning Latin Level II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 201 Intermediate Latin Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 202 Intermediate Latin II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 301 Advanced Latin Level I 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA LATI 302 Advanced Latin Level II 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Economics
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA ECMO 370 The Greek Economy 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA ECMO 380 Europe's Crises: Southern Trajectories and EU Contested Futures 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Environmental and Heritage Management
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA ESCH 325 From Grand Tour to Tour de Force: Practices and Politics of Greece's Cutural Heritage 4 Spring/Fall  
GREA EVST 380 Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainability in Greece and the EU 4 Spring/Fall PDF
History
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA HIBY 330 Between Heaven and Earth: Byzantine History and Civilization 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA HIMO 330 Classically Modern: The Hellenic Republic from 1821 to the Present 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Independent Study
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA STIS 370 Independent Study 4 Spring/Fall  
Philosophy
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA PHAN 340 Greek Philosophy 4 Spring/Fall PDF
GREA PHAN 341 Living the Good Virtuous Life: An Introduction to Ancient Greek Political and Ethical Philosophy 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Political Science
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
GREA PSMO 350 Greece and the European Union 4 Spring/Fall PDF