Classics Education

Classical studies, also known as classical civilization, is a branch of the humanities that focuses on the ancient Mediterranean world. Greek and Roman culture during the age of classical antiquity, from 600 BC until 600 AD, is the most common field of study.

Students interested in classical studies can enroll in

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Studies
  • Master’s Degree in Classical Studies

Program Coursework

Coursework in a typical bachelor’s and master’s degree program in classical studies is divided evenly between Greek and Latin studies. A few examples of courses include:

  • Ancient Greek mythology
  • Introduction to Latin
  • Introduction to Greek
  • Works of Plato and Aristotle
  • Greek tragedy and comedy
  • Advanced Greek
  • Advanced Latin
  • Greek and Latin literature
  • Roman historians