Programs

The close attention we pay to clear expression and argumentation in writing-intensive courses, the problem-solving ability students acquire as they learn Latin and (or) Greek, and the deep questions they confront as they read the challenging works of Greece and Rome and wrestle with the profound differences between ancient and modern worlds all help to develop valuable skills for life after college.

Courses and Requirements

See the Ancient Studies chapter of the course catalog >

See the Classics chapter of the course catalog >

See the Greek chapter of the course catalog >

See the Latin chapter of the course catalog >

Teacher Licensure in Classics and Latin

Students interested in teaching in the fields of Latin and classics can combine their course work with a minor in education. See the Department of Psychology and Education’s Teacher Licensure Program for more information.