Classical Studies majors follow various career paths. Classics-related careers are one option: there is steady demand for secondary Latin teachers, while archaeology majors can elect to work in cultural heritage positions. Students interested in careers in Classical Studies are encouraged to consult with a faculty member in the department or the director of undergraduate studies.
Walter Center for Career Achievement
The Walter Center for Career Achievement can help you think about what your next steps will be after graduation, which career is best for you, and how to search for a job, overseas study, or an internship opportunity. Make the most of this resource early in your undergraduate career, to take advantage of its many resources. Learn more about career options, job search strategies, and job fairs taking place on campus. Schedule an appointment with a career coach to discuss career options or conduct a job or internship search. Explore the possibility of graduate school, too.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers four undergraduate career courses to help you advance through every step of the career development process. These courses are designed to be taken during your undergraduate years, in conjunction with the work you do with the Walter Center for Career Achievement. Not sure which class is right for you? Your career coach can help you make an informed decision.