The Master of Arts in Classical Studies program teaches students to critically analyze texts and material culture by using various theoretical approaches. This program meets or exceeds current requirements for high school teachers’ levels of employment. In addition, we are confident that our Graduates will be well prepared to move on to the PhD level. Many students who earn an MA in Classics also go on to have successful legal, medical or business careers.
Professor Evelyn Adkins on “The Mirror of Antiquity” Podcast
Assistant Professor of Classics, Evelyn Adkins, was featured on The Mirror of Antiquity podcast, where she answered the question, "what excites you about the study of Classical antiquity?" She discusses how it helps us connect with people from the past–both in understanding how people are similar, but also how they are...
Paul Iversen, Associate Professor and Chair of Classics, Wins Funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities
Dr. Paul Iversen, Associate Professor and Chair of the Classics Department, has won an award from the National Endowment for the Humanities to research the world's oldest known computing device, the Antikythera Mechanism. This device, discovered in 1901 off the coast of a Greek island, was found to be...
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