The M.A. in Classics (Greek and Latin) allows students to focus on coursework in Greek and Latin literature. It is appropriate for students who enter with strong language skills and is designed to prepare them for advanced graduate work at the Ph.D. level or for careers in secondary-school teaching. Students intending to pursue advanced work at the Ph.D. level, however, should take care to choose courses that will satisfy the minimum admissions requirements of Ph.D. programs, as these requirements may exceed the minimum requirements of this degree.
The M.A. program in Classics is pursued through coursework which culminates in the writing of a MA Paper (33 cr. hrs).
|1||Proseminar (CLA 5936)|
|18||six 5000/6000 level courses in Greek and Latin, min. 6 hrs in each language (NOT to include LNW 5932 or GRW 5909)|
|3||1 graduate course in ancient history|
|3||1 graduate course in classical archaeology|
|5||Additional elective coursework in Classics or related fields|
|0||Translation Exams in Greek and Latin (LNW/GRW 8966r)|
|3||M.A. Paper (CLA5919)|