Are you under the (false) impression that all "Greek scholars" are Trinitarians?
(Or maybe you were unaware that the majority of "well-known Greek scholars" who are Trinitarians have studied but hold no degrees in the Biblical Languages.)
I am under no such false delusions, but apparently you are, thinking that having an official or specific "degree" in a language means a necessarily better understanding. What does it mean when two equally "degreed" scholars disagree completely? What if two non-degreed people disagree using the same reasonings that the "degreed" scholars employ? Are the non-degreed people any less knowledgeable than the "degreed" because of a lack of diploma? The diploma verifies the successful completion of a prescribed course of study in a sufficiently proficient manner. The lack of a diploma does not mean that the same knowledge has not been attained by their own initiative!