We offer a B.A. degree in Classical Civilization with two tracks to choose from: culture and literature or art and archaeology. You can also pursue a major in Latin or Greek. Our undergraduate minors pair well with many degree paths. Our graduate degrees include an M.A., an M.A.T., and a Ph.D.
Diverse & engaging courses
Our interdisciplinary classes cover a wide range of topics. We offer introductory and advanced civilization classes on Roman or Greek culture, classical mythology, classical art and archaeology, literature, film, language, and more. Students develop translatable skills in our courses, learning to analyze incomplete data from the past to ask questions, conduct research, and draw conclusions.
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Gain transferable skills
Our department’s literary culture and our faculty’s commitment to mentoring students ensures that you graduate with flexible, in-demand skills that employers are looking for. The depth and breadth of a classical studies education will prepare you for careers of today and those yet to be created.