Graduate Programs in North America. As you will see, the listing below consists of a table showing which graduate degree(s) in Classics each institution offers, with the name of the institution serving as a link to the relevant department’s web site.
The Department offers the PhD in Classics, with programs in Classics (ancient history, philology, literary criticism) and in Classical Archaeology. Students holding the BA who wish to do doctoral level work in the Department may apply directly to the PhD program or may apply from the MA program.
Online Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics degrees are available with as many as 1 degree earned at the most popular school. Read more below about all schools that have offered online Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics degrees.Graduate Programs The Department of the Classics has been at the forefront of graduate education in Classics for well over a century. It offers a variety of approaches, emphasizing a wide range of knowledge and skills rather than a narrow early specialization.Degree Programs: Full-Time: MA, MPhil, PhD The graduate program in the Department of Classics emphasizes the study of Greek and Latin language and literature. Graduate courses and advanced seminars are given regularly on the following subjects.
Graduate Programs. Classics graduate student, Mark Pyzyk, and Professor of Classics and Political Science, Josh Ober. Doctoral Program. The department offers all admitted students a comprehensive funding package covering tuition, stipend, research support, and teaching.Read More
The Department offers several programs of study leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. MA programs are designed to prepare students for doctoral level work in classical studies, though from different perspectives and with varying requirements. The PhD program is designed for more advanced students and seeks to prepare students for careers in research and teaching at the secondary school and.Read More
Students in the PhD Classics have the option to specialize in Classics (language-based program), Ancient History, or Classical Archaeology. Classics students develop competence to the highest level in Greek and Latin; Ancient History students master as least one of Greek or Latin and undertake additional coursework outside of the Department to develop marketable expertise in a.Read More
Graduate Programs We offer the M.A. in Greek, Latin, or Classics, and the Ph.D. in Classics. Graduate coursework offers students strong foundations in the skills necessary to advance knowledge of the literatures and cultures of the ancient Greek and Roman world and prepare for scholarly work at a wide range of educational institutions.Read More
Our graduate programs. The Department of Classics offers three PhD programs and one joint PhD program with Social Thought, as well as a Master’s Degree in conjunction with the University of Chicago’s Division of Humanities.Read More
The PhD is a three-year research degree, examined by a dissertation of up to 80,000 words. The criteria for obtaining the degree are that the dissertation represents a 'substantial contribution to knowledge', and that it also represents a realistic amount of work for three years' study.Read More
PhD Program. The Ph.D. in Classics provides a forum for advanced research in classics, including language, literature, history, as well as archaeology and material culture. The Department recognizes the importance of situating specialist research within a broader context that presupposes a comprehensive view of classical antiquity.Read More
The Department of Classics offers PhD concentrations in Classical Literature, Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology. Our faculty is well known for scholarship in each of these of areas, especially Greek and Roman archaeology, ancient religion, Greek and Latin epic poetry, linguistics and epigraphy.Read More
The MA in Classics is a 2-year degree designed for students who wish to explore the ancient Greco-Roman world from various perspectives including post-graduates preparing to apply for PhD programs in classics, ancient history or archaeology, Latin teachers or prospective Latin teachers, and those who wish to continue studying the classical past for its own sake.Read More
Applicants for the Ph.D. Program in Classics may be admitted if they are graduates with either a grade of at least A- in at least two half courses or distinction in an approved thesis of an M.A. Program in Classics or Classical Studies (with sufficient Greek and Latin), taken at this University or of equivalent programs taken at other universities.Read More