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Greek course of the IKTh for L3 students
The Greek language course for L3 students has been redesigned for WiSe 2020/21. The following information is available:
- Starting in WiSe 2020/21, a course to acquire the Greek language skills necessary for the L3 study of Catholic Religious Education will be offered under the responsibility of the Institute of Catholic Theology, starting in WiSe 2022/23 only every 2 years (i.e. the next course will start in WiSe 2024/25).
- The course comprises 4 SWS and concludes with a written and an oral examination. The duration and scope of the examination are determined in consultation between the persons in charge of the institute and the Greek lecturer, currently Mr. Erich Zekl.
- In addition to basic linguistic knowledge with a focus on New Testament Greek, the course also includes a basic introduction to Hellenistic thought as far as it is helpful in opening up the linguistic concepts.
- In addition, the course will introduce students to digital and analog tools that facilitate the independent scholarly indexing of biblical texts.
- Furthermore, it is also possible to demonstrate the required skills by proving knowledge of Greek acquired at school or to attend the more extensive course offered under the responsibility of the IEvTh. The decision about the recognition of already achieved Greek skills (e.g. in school Greek courses) is made by the subject representative Prof. Ilse Müllner (in consultation with the Greek lecturer).
- The link to the course catalog can be found here.
Students of Catholic Religion as a teaching profession (L2-L4) and students of the BA minor in Catholic Theology can take two study profiles as part of their regular course of study and set content emphases in their studies accordingly.