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Hellenic College Holy Cross 

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

ARBC 6252

Intermediate Arabic II

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

A continuation of the Divine Liturgy and selected portions of the baptism, wedding, and funeral services. Prereq: Beginning Arabic I and II, Intermediate Arabic I.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Elie Estephan

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

Y

Notes

Intermediate Arabic I

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

DOGM 6051

Dogmatics II

BTI Category

Semester

Church Polity/Canon Law

SP24

The doctrines of Christology, Pneumatology, and Ecclesiology, emphasizing the conciliar Patristic Tradition. Emphasis will be placed on certain patristic writings and on the official statements of the Ecumenical Councils.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Fr. Demetrios Bathrellos

W

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

ECGK 5012

Biblical Greek II

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

A study of the "koine" based on texts from the New Testament. The basic concepts of New Testament Greek Grammar, syntax and vocabulary are studied and applied on readings from the Gospels. The study is diachronic, taking into consideration the development of the Greek language fom its Classical origin to the "koine" and modern Greek. The aim of this course is to immerse the students in the study of the texts. Prerequisite: New Testament Greek I

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. George Lewis Parsenios

TR

9:10-10:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

ETHC 6205 Z1

Social Ministries

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

This course treats the history, theology, and practice of Orthodox Christian social action, beginning with the period of the Apostolic Fathers and extending to today. Besides weekly reflections on the readings, each student will also be responsible for conceiving, designing, and initiating a small project of service to the local community. Some weeks the class will, during its assigned time period, observe Boston area social entrepreneurs in action, meaning that we will hold class of campus. Students will be assigned to a social ministry site during the semester.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Prof. Carrie Frederick Frost

T

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

SYNCHRONOUS/ONLINE

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

INDS 7200

Sem: On The Ecumenical Patriarchate

BTI Category

Semester

Church Polity/Canon Law

SP24

The seminar will examine the origins, canonical basis, and historical development of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The distinctive contributions of the Patriarchate to theology, liturgy, spirituality, philanthropy, social welfare, missions, iconography, and architecture will be discussed. Special attention will be given to the contemporary mission and witness of the Ecumenical Patriarchate as the first see of the Orthodox Churches, as well as its primatial responsibility in guiding Orthodox conciliarity and addressing contemporary concerns. The special role of the Patriarchate in the ecumenical dialogues, inter-faith conversations, and environmental protection will be highlighted. This seminar is especially designed for students who plan to participate in the Study and Travel Program in Greece and Constantinople.

Professor

Class Day & Time

V. Rev. Bartholomew J Mercado

F

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

LITG 5002

Liturgics

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

The seminar will examine the origins, canonical basis, and historical development of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The distinctive contributions of the Patriarchate to theology, liturgy, spirituality, philanthropy, social welfare, missions, iconography, and architecture will be discussed. Special attention will be given to the contemporary mission and witness of the Ecumenical Patriarchate as the first see of the Orthodox Churches, as well as its primatial responsibility in guiding Orthodox conciliarity and addressing contemporary concerns. The special role of the Patriarchate in the ecumenical dialogues, inter-faith conversations, and environmental protection will be highlighted. This seminar is especially designed for students who plan to participate in the Study and Travel Program in Greece and Constantinople.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Philip Zymaris

F

9:10-11:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

LITG 5322

Teleturgics II: A Liturgical Prac.

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

A liturgical practicum designed primarily to help the candidate for ordination develop a liturgical ethos, style, and presence. The course offers an analysis of the structural elements of the divine services and instruction on the use of the liturgical books of the Orthodox Church. The course is especially concerned to help the student develop skills for the proper conduct and celebration of the divine services. The class allows for role-playing and analysis. Teleturgics II delas specifically with the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil and Chrysostom as well as the Pre-sanctified Liturgy. Special attention will be given to how one conducts the liturgy when a hierarch is serving. After this the class will deal with Baptism, Christmation, Marriage, Ordination, Confession, Unction, Funeral and various other blessing services.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Philip Zymaris

R

9:10-10:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 5212

Beginning Modern Greek II

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

A growing emphasis on reading, vocabulary building and writing as well as an extensive use of oral sills acquired in the first semester. Lab required. Prereq: Beginning Modern Greek 1.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

MWF

10:40-12:20p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

6

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

Y

Notes

Beginning Modern Greek I

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 6312

Interm. Modern Greek II

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

There will be a continuation of MDGK 6301 with further review of grammar and syntax. There will be a growing emphasis on speaking, reading, and vocabulary building. An introduction to selected readings in Modern Greek. Required lab. Prereq: Intermediate Modern Greek I.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

TR

10:40a-12p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

Y

Notes

Intermediate Modern Greek I // LAB REQ

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 7234

Advanced Modern Greek II

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

A continuation of Advanced Modern Greek I. Intensive study of the language with special focus on vocabulary expansion, advanced syntactical structures, and oral usage. Selected readings of literary texts with passages from contemporary writers and sermon presentations. Required lab.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

MW

9:10-10:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

Y

Notes

Advanced Modern Greek I // LAB REQ

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 5101

Byzantine Music I

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

This course is a systematic introduction to the basic theory and notation of the Psaltic Art. It will provide a solid foundation for a further study of the liturgical repertoire of the Greek Orthodox Church. Topics to be covered include the history and function of the notation, a thorough examination of key musical concepts (e.g. note, interval, scale, tempo, rhythm, genus, mode, tetrachord, etc.), and a study of the role of music in Greek Orthodox worship. By the end of the semester students will be able to sight-read and perform simple hymns written in the New Method of Analytical Notation in both parallage (solmization) and melos (melody).

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Romanos Karanos

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 5502

Byzantine Music Chorus

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

The St. Romanos the Melodist Byzantine Choir is a vocal ensemble that performs faithful and spiritually uplifting renditions of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine sacred musical works in the traditional style created and preserved at the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople. The choir regularly performs in liturgical services as well as at concerts, conferences, lectures, fundraising events, state and national holiday celebrations, and school cermonies both in Boston and throughout the United States. In addition to Byzantine chant, it performs Greek folk music, poular and arts songs, as well as modern English adaptations and original settings of sacred texts. The choir meets weekly to study and rehearse the repertoire for upcoming performances.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Romanos Karanos

R

7-9p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 6602

Byzantine Music VI

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

This course is a systematic study of the hymns chanted during the Great and Holy Week and the Feast of Pascha in the Orthodox Chutch. The tepettoite includeshymns in all eight modes and in all three melodic styles (heitmologic, stichetatic and papadic). Additionally, we will study the structute and rubrics of Holy Week and Pascha services .

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Odisseys Drossos

W

1:40-3:20p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 6881

Byzantine Music X

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

The material taught in this course is equivalent to the material taught in the 5th year of Greek conservatories and provides comprehensive preparation for the final examination required for a Holy Ctoss Certificate in Byzantine Music. Students are expected to become competent in perfoming more technically demanding repertoire, including Petros Bereketis' eight-mode composition Theotoke Parthene, the Athenian funeral Trisagion, kalophonic heirmoi and kratimata in all eight modes, and a selection of verses from Koukouzelis' Anoixantaria. Prerequisites: Byzantine Music I-V

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Romanos Karanos

R

2-4p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

Y

Notes

I-V

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

NEWT 5111

The Gospel of Matthew

BTI Category

Semester

Scripture & Biblical Studies

SP24

A required exegesis course based on the Greek text and English translations. Comparative study of a patristic and contemporary commentary. Examination of purpose, tools, methods, and problems of exegesis.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Bruce Beck

M

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

OLDT 7301

Christ in The Old Testament

BTI Category

Semester

Scripture & Biblical Studies

SP24

Christ's birth, life, crucifixion, and glorious resurrection were all prophesied centuries earlier in Old Testament times. This course aims to reconstruct the prehistory of Christ or the Old Testament messianism as it unfolds in the Pentateuch, Psalms and Prophets. Selected messianic texts will be interpreted in the light of patristic traditions with references to modern scholarship as well. Satisfies OT Exegesis.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Eugen J. Pentiuc

M

9:10-11:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PAST 5301

Religious Education

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

This course will explore basic questions related to the ministry of education in the life of the Orthodox Christian parish in North America. We will use the following questions as the basic organizing principles: Why do we teach in the Church? What is the goal of education in the Church? Does the Church have a curriculumWhat can we learn from Acts 2:42-47 for parishes today? Who are we teaching? What are some approaches to the education of Christians? Who is going to teach? What is the role of the teacher? Because the class also has a field component through the Field Education program, where it is assumed that the students are teaching Sunday school, presenting the Faith to OCF groups, or working in educational settings, students will have the opportunity and will be expected to apply these skills in their field setting. Finally, there will be ample opportunity throughout the semester to reflect theologically on the experience of handing forward the Orthodox Christian faith.

Professor

Class Day & Time

V. Rev. Dr. Anton C. Vrame

R

1:10-3:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PAST 6022

Theology of Pastoral Care II

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

Theology of Pastoral Care II is intended to build upon Theology of Pastoral Care I by presenting a framework for understanding contemporary pastoral issues through the lens of Orthodox theology of the person, sickness, healing, and salvation. This class is not intended to provide you with the 'right' answers for pastoral decisions. Rather, this course is designed, through the readings, class discussions, and assignments to develop your understanding of Orthodox pastoral care and your thinking as an Orthodox Christian and future minister/pastor. The models of Orthodox Pastors/Saints explored in the first semester class serve as witnesses to the Orthodox pastoral care framework we will develop and discuss this semester as we explore contemporary pastoral issues, and secular theories and research. Particular attention will be placed on understanding how to access and integrate current secular knowledge into an Orthodox worldview todevelop an appropriate pastoral response. Students will be invited to explore and discuss different dimensions of the pastoral care relationship and explore, independently and as a class, how one might address contemporary pastoral care issues. As in the first semester, particular emphasis will be placed on how we work together in the classroom, and on campus, as we develop an Orthodox understanding and approach to pastoral care.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Philip Mamalakis

MW

9:10-10:30a

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PAST 7015

Pastoral Couns.: Theory & Practice

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

Listening is at the heart of pastoral counseling. Yet what the pastor/minister hears is shaped by his or her theoretical orientation, belief system, worldview, and lived experience. This course seeks to give students the opportunity to study different pastoral counseling theories as they go beyond the limits of their own stories in the context of practicing foundational counseling skills.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Philip Mamalakis

M

6:40-9p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PAST 7303

Parish Leadership& AdministrationII

BTI Category

Semester

Leadership Formation & Ministry Skills

SP24

An exploration of the leadership role of the priest, as well as an introduction to the nature of parish ministry and foundations, structures, and methods of parish administration, from historical, theological and pastoral perspectives. A field education placement is part of this course.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Luke A. Veronis

TR

10:40a-12p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PAST 7351

Missions And Evangelism

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

This course will help one understand the central importance and role in the Church of witnessing our faith through missions and evangelism. The "spirit of missions" is central in our ecclesiology and Orthodox worldview and identity. The need for Christians and churches to continue the work of Christ, welcoming and reaching out to those outside our Christian faith is paramount. We need Churches which instill in its members the spirit to raise up, train and send out missionaries and witnesses locally, nationally and globally. This course will educate and inspire students to understand the central spirit of missions and evangelism in the Church. The first part of the course will focus on the lives, ministries and methods of some of the greatest Orthodox missionaries - the Apostle Paul and the early Christians, Cyril and Methodios, Innocent Veniaminov of Alaska, Nicholas Kasatkin of Japan - along with exemplar witnesses of the faith from last century like St Maria Skobtsova, St Tikhon (Bellavin) of Moscow, and St. Raphael (Hawaweeny) of Brooklyn, Sister Gavrillia Papayiannis, and contemporary missionaries like Archbishop Anastasios (Yannoulatos) of Albania and OCMC missionary Lynette Hoppe. The last third of the course will apply the studied missionary methods to evangelism in the contemporary American context. How should the Orthodox Church carry on this spirit of evangelism in its present reality in America?

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Luke A. Veronis

R

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

PATR 6011 Z1

Patrology II

BTI Category

Semester

Church History/History of Religions

SP24

This course is a general introduction to the Fathers and the main periods of Patristic Literature from the fifth century to the iconoclasm controversy in the ninth century. Like the companion course (PATR 5011), this course focuses on the doctrinal issues while also exploring the literary, historical, and cultural context of the period.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Tikhon Alexander Pino

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

SYNCHRONOUS/ONLINE

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

CHST 5022

Church History II/Ecum.Patriarchate

BTI Category

Semester

Church History/History of Religions

SP24

This course is designed to introduce students to the institutions, personalities, and religious and theological expressions of Church life from the medieval period to the present. Special attention will be given to the history and role of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Nicholas Ganson

TR

10:40a-12p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

DOGM 6075

Dogmatics III

BTI Category

Semester

Systematic Theology & Philosophy (Western)

SP24

The study of the seven holy sacraments: baptism, chrismation, Eucharist, ordination, matrimony, repentance and unction in historical, liturgical, and dogmatic perspective.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Philip Zymaris

R

2:10-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

ETHC 6205 A

Social Ministries Field Ed

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

Field Education

Professor

Class Day & Time

Stavroula Gurguliatos

T

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

INDS 7100 H1

The Ecumenical Movement-TheSources

BTI Category

Semester

Church History/History of Religions

SP24

The Ecumenical Movement that started in the second half of the 19th century does not constitute an ideology but rather reflects the authentic commitment to reconcile divided Christians in the unity of the Church and the reality of communion. Throughout the past century, the quest for Christian unity has assumed many shapes and forms that may be studied through major documents produced along the history of the 20th century and beyond. This course will define the boundaries of Ecumenism and its challenges for contemporary Orthodoxy by looking inward as well as outward as faithful and thoughtful Christians.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Nicholas Kazarian

M

6:30-8:50p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

HYBRID

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

LITG 1252

Holy Week Seminar

BTI Category

Semester

Practical/Pastoral Theology

SP24

TBD

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Philip Zymaris

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

Prerequisite: New Testament Greek I

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

LITG 5002 Z1

Liturgics

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

The seminar will examine the origins, canonical basis, and historical development of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The distinctive contributions of the Patriarchate to theology, liturgy, spirituality, philanthropy, social welfare, missions, iconography, and architecture will be discussed. Special attention will be given to the contemporary mission and witness of the Ecumenical Patriarchate as the first see of the Orthodox Churches, as well as its primatial responsibility in guiding Orthodox conciliarity and addressing contemporary concerns. The special role of the Patriarchate in the ecumenical dialogues, inter-faith conversations, and environmental protection will be highlighted. This seminar is especially designed for students who plan to participate in the Study and Travel Program in Greece and Constantinople.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Philip Zymaris

ASYNC

ASYNC

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

3

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

ASYNCHRONOUS/ONLINE

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

LITG 5323

Teleturgics II for Antiochians

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

A liturgical practicum designed primarily to help the candidate for ordination develop a liturgical ethos, style, and presence. The course offers an analysis of the structural elements of the divine services and instruction on the use of the liturgical books of the Orthodox Church. The course is especially concerned to help the student develop skills for the proper conduct and celebration of the divine services. The class allows for role-playing and analysis.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Rev. Dr. Elie Estephan

R

7-9p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 5212 A

Beginning Modern Greek II Lab

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

Lab

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

LAB

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 6312 A

Interm. Modern Greek II Lab

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

Lab

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

LAB

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MDGK 7234 A

Advanced Modern Greek II Lab

BTI Category

Semester

Languages

SP24

Lab

Professor

Class Day & Time

Dr. Calliope Dourou

TBD

TBD

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

0

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

N

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

LAB

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 5402 Z1

Byzantine Music IV

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

This course is a systematic study of the theoretical and practical aspects of the Second, Plagal Second abd Varys Modes of the Psaltic Art within the context of the Anastasimatarion. By the end of the semester, students will be able to perform the resurrectional hymns of the liturgical book of Octoechos or Parakletike of the aforementioned modes in both parallage (solmization) and melos (melody).

Professor

Class Day & Time

Mr. Georgios Theodoridis

F

2:50-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

SYNCHRONOUS/ONLINE

Prerequisites?

N

Notes

N

School

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

MUSB 6022 Z1

Advanced Chant In English

BTI Category

Semester

Preaching, Liturgy, & Ritual

SP24

This course is a study of the standard hymns ( Lord I have Cried, daily Prokeimena, God is the Lord, Great Doxology, Antiphons, Trisagion, etc.) of vespers, orthros, divine liturgy, and the sacraments for practical use. All of the hymns will be studied in English in all of the eight modes with the aid of various musical settings.

Professor

Class Day & Time

Mr. Georgios Theodoridis

TBD

2:50-4:30p

Grading Option

L/PF/AUD

Credits

1.5

Professor Approval Req'd?

N

Online?

SYNCHRONOUS/ONLINE

Prerequisites?