Modern Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology
45.03.01 In english and russian
Level of education Bachelor
Type of instruction Full-time
Duration 4 years
The bachelor’s programme "Modern Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology" is aimed at providing students with fundamental knowledge in the field of humanities and Byzantine and Modern Greek philology. During the first year of studying in the programme, students acquire fundamental knowledge of classical philology. They master: Ancient Greek at a level that allows reading with a dictionary Ancient Greek literary monuments of different genres; the Latin language; and the fundamentals of the history of ancient Greek literature.
From the second year, students begin to study Italian and acquire a fundamental knowledge of Byzantine and Modern Greek philology. They also master the skills to prepare and conduct scholarly research. While mastering the bachelor’s programme ‘Modern Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology’, students not only study Byzantine literature and various aspects of modern Greek, but also master the primary skills of translation of Ancient Greek, Byzantine, Modern Greek and Italian texts and consecutive interpreting from Modern Greek.
- Ancient Greek
- History of Ancient Greek Literature
- History of Roman Literature
- Historical Grammar of Ancient Greek
- Historical Grammar of Latin
- History of Ancient Greek and Roman Art
- Ancient Greek and Roman Epitaphs
- History of Ancient Greece
- Culture of Ancient Greece and Rome
- The programme is designed to train unique specialists who have skills in the translation and interpretation of texts written in Ancient Greek and Latin.
- The students acquire the fundamentals of writing Ancient Greek and Latin epitaphs, and historical grammar.
- The students learn the history of Ancient Greek and Roman literature: the emergence, formation and development of the main genres; ideological and artistic features of the literatures. They gain a concept of traditional and modern views on the course of the literary process.
- The students have a view of the stages of development and features of ancient art.