The Programme at both levels (M.A. and Ph.D.) offers students the following specialisations:

(a) History of Literature - Grammatology (critical editions of Modern Greek literary texts, Metrics, archival research, etc.)

(b) Theory of Literature (analyses and explanatory approaches to texts on the basis of generally established theoretical principles and types, e.g., literary genres, the rhetorical and narrative organisation of literary texts, the readers' reception of the text, etc.)

(c) Literary Criticism (history and theoretical principles of Modern Greek literary criticism)

(d) Comparative Literature (approaches based on comparing national literatures in terms of concepts such as influence, the readers' reception of the text, analogy, etc.)