I will be completing my Bachelors in Religion from Luther Rice... I love the college, and the online format. Not to mention I have learned alot, and have gotten to know some of the Professors really well. I plan on getting my Masters Divinity degree and have been looking at continuing with Luther Rice or perhaps transferring to Liberty. LRU is cheaper by the credit hour, and they offer four Greek Classes and three Hebrew GREEK/HEBREW GR 531 GREEK GRAMMAR I Three hours This is an introduction to basic Greek grammar, vocabulary, and translation.95 GR 532 GREEK GRAMMAR II Three hours Prerequisite: GR 531 This course is a continuation of GR 531, emphasizing third declension nouns, secondary tenses, moods, and irregular verbs. GR 620 INTERMEDIATE GREEK GRAMMAR Three hours Prerequisite: GR 532 This is an advanced study introducing Greek syntax that emphasizes noun cases and verb moods. GR 621 GREEK EXEGESIS Three hours Prerequisite: GR 620 This continues GR 620, emphasizing verb tenses, participles, infinitives, and clauses. The University participates in the Zondervan Greek Award Program which provides an annual award to an outstanding student of New Testament Greek. The recipient of this honor is awarded a letter of congratulations from the editor, the student’s name on the school website and on a perpetual plaque located in the Smith Library, and a Zondervan resource or publication to be selected by the recipient. HE 530 HEBREW GRAMMAR I Three hours An introduction to the fundamentals of Hebrew grammar and syntax. In this course, the student will develop basic skills in translation and will assimilate a vocabulary of the most common biblical Hebrew words. HE 531 HEBREW GRAMMAR II Three hours Prerequisite: HE 530 A continuation of Hebrew I with an increased emphasis upon efficiency in the use of lexical and exegetical tools. HE 620 HEBREW SYNTAX Three hours Prerequisite: HE 531 A study of advanced grammar and syntax designed to increase the student's ability in the translation and analysis of the Old Testament Hebrew text. Liberty offers for greek ... NGRK 500 Beginning Greek I 3 hours Introduction to Greek grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation for the beginning student. NGRK 501 Beginning Greek II 3 hours Prerequisite: NGRK 500 or equivalent Continuation of Beginning Greek I. The student completes the study of grammar and begins a study of translation of the New Testament. NGRK 506 Greek Language Tools 3 hours An introduction to the biblical Greek alphabet, word formation, the verbal system, and syntax. Emphasis is placed on developing skills in the use of concordance and lexicons, as well as the use of various linguistic helps and differing English translations. NGRK 605 New Testament Textual Criticism 3 hours Prerequisite: Permission of instructor A study of the materials, history, theories, and principles of textual criticism with application to selected textual problems. NGRK 620 Greek Syntax 3 hours An intermediate study of the function or syntax of Greek grammar, focusing upon case, tense, participles, infinitives, and clauses. NGRK 640 Advanced Greek Grammar 3 hours Prerequisites: one Greek Exegesis and NGRK 620 or consent of instructor An intensive study of the syntax of New Testament Greek involving the reading of advanced level grammars and the inductive study of selected portions of the Greek New Testament. NGRK 654 Greek Exegesis: Colossians 3 hours Prerequisite: NGRK 620 or equivalent An exegetical analysis of Colossians emphasizing the doctrinal error being confronted and the Apostle’s delineation of the Christian truth. NGRK 657 Greek Exegesis: Ephesians 3 hours Prerequisite: NGRK 620 or equivalent An exegetical analysis of Ephesians emphasizing the mystery of the Church as revealed to the Apostle Paul. NGRK 660 Greek Exegesis: Galatians 3 hours Prerequisite: NGRK 620 or equivalent A careful investigation in Greek of the argument of the book of Galatians. NGRK 670 Greek Exegesis: Philippians 3 hours Prerequisite: NGRK 620 or equivalent An exegesis of Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians giving special attention to Christological passages. NGRK 695 Directed Research in Greek 1 to 3 hours Designed for the advanced student in good standing who has demonstrated an ability to work independently. The student will work with the instructor in developing a proposal for guided research in a specified area of Greek. NGRK 697 Seminar in Greek 3 hours An intensive study in a specific area related to the Gree So these are the main two I am looking at. I started to take greek with my undergrad as a elective but dropped out of the class becaue I didnt recieve my books in time...so I still have the books Basics in Biblical Greek (mounce), so I can already start getting ahead on Teknia(his site) I am leaning towards LRU because with their M. Div they allow more electives, so I can add the 4 greek classes, and also take classes that I believe will enable me to be equipped with what I need....However Liberty seems to allow more greek classes (including textual criticism which I may really like) What does everyone think of these two? And any other Online options available?