MA in Classics: Classical Civilizations

The M.A. in Classical Civilizations offers students the flexibility of designing a program of study that best suits their prior preparation, academic interests, and professional goals. This degree may serve as preparation for doctoral level work in Classics, but students must take care to choose courses that will satisfy the admissions requirements of Ph.D. programs that interest them.

The M.A. program in Classical Civilizations is pursued through coursework which culminates in the writing of a MA paper (33 credit hours). Apart from the Classics Proseminar, no specific courses are required, but students must distribute their coursework as outlined below:

A. Course Requirements

Required Hours Required Courses
1 Proseminar (CLA 5936)
6 Two courses in 1) Greek or Latin or 2) two courses in literature-in translation (or a combination thereof) 
6 Two history courses (may be substituted for by taking courses in archaeology, Latin or Greek (at the 5000 level) 
3 One archaeology course 
14 Electives in classics
3 CLA 5919 MA paper 
0 CLA 8961 or GRW 8966 or LNW 8966 Comprehensive Examination 

 

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