This is a question I posed in another forum, in the context of a thread in which a number of people were (in my opinion) overly critical of formal instruction in Greek or Hebrew. Suppose you had an opportunity to take a Bible college or seminary-level course in koine Greek from a reputable accredited institution. Let's assume that you meet the necessary academic prerequisites (e.g. a high-school diploma or undergraduate degree, as the case may be). Also, money is not an issue (either the tuition fee is within your means or paid for you). However, the course consists of one three-hour evening class per week for ten weeks, and there will be homework and a final exam involved. Do you accept the opportunity?