Courses Offered Each Semester at the Drury Center in Greece

The semester curriculum at the DCG emphasizes architectural studies while remaining interdisciplinary in nature. Students majoring in architecture can fulfill studio requirements while students from other majors are able to satisfy other requirements (such as cultural or urban studies or foreign language). Students from other universities will work closely with the Study Abroad office in order to ensure the smooth transfer of credits from Drury University.

Global Studio Greece*
Travel Journal: Mediterranean Cultures
Culture and Place: The Greek Legacy
Elementary Greek I and II

Special courses
PDEV 205
MGMT 205

Urban Context: Global Studio Greece. 5 hours. (ARCH 418*)

An interdisciplinary urban design studio that applies the lessons of Global Foundations to the future of the region and proposes solutions to local and regional problems. It studies issues of globalization within the context of developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the European Union. Past projects have included proposals for sustainable development of tourism on the island of Aegina, a refugee reception center in the historical area of Athens, and an urban revitalization project for downtown Athens in cooperation with the “Urban Think Tank” – ETH initiative “ReActivate Athens.”

*Non-architecture students have the option of a) enrolling in Global Studio (the instructor may modify the requirements accordingly), b) opting out of Global Studio and choosing an online course, or c) with enough student interest, another elective course may be offered at the DCG. 

Travel Journal: Mediterranean Cultures. 3 hours. (ARCH 426)

Prerequisite: CORE 201*. Co-requisite: ARCH 418**, ARCH 456. 

Students will apply cultural theories from Global Foundations to disciplined observation of the diversity of practices, rituals, habits and artistic productions of the peoples of the Mediterranean as the crossroads between Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

*Drury students
**Architecture students

Culture and Place: The Greek Legacy. 3 hours. (ARCH 456)

Co-requisite: ARCH 418, ARCH 426.

This course examines Greece as a place of major significance in the consciousness of Western Civilization and the social cultural forces that have shaped its artistic, intellectual and spiritual traditions in the ancient, medieval and modern eras.

Elementary Greek I and II. 3 hours. (GREE 101, GREE 102*)

GREE 101: Elementary Greek I. 3 hours. 
For beginners. 
Designed to develop an elementary proficiency for communicating in Greek and to intensify familiarity with the language and culture of Greece. 

GREE 102: Elementary Greek II. 3 hours. 
For advanced beginners. Prerequisite: GREE 101. 
A continuation of GREE 101 designed to develop an elementary proficiency for communicating in Greek and to intensify familiarity with the language and culture of Greece.

*For Drury students who have completed their foreign language requirement and visiting students, only GREE 101 (Elementary Greek 1) is required. 

Special Courses

Study Abroad for Engaged Learning. 0 hours. (PDEV 205)

Drury students who study abroad sign up for this course in order to get credit for Engaged Learning.

Study Abroad. 0 hours. (MGMT 205)

Prerequisite: Study Abroad office must be notified and all policies must be followed including but not limited to insurance requirements.

This course meets the Drury Breech study abroad requirement. Study abroad trips that fall in this category will be for a year, semes­ter or stay of at least 21 days. These trips will in­clude formal enrollment in a University (Drury or other) study abroad program in any academic area. Students will have the opportunity to interact in the global business community on a variety of levels: business transactions, travel arrangements and interactions with residents of the host country. Application and prior approval is required. S/U Grading.