Classics Graduate Programs
If studying antiquity-era archeology, languages, philosophies, and artistries appeals to you, consider joining the ranks of Karl Marx, Oscar Wilde, Soren Kierkegaard, and Friedrich Nietzsche by earning your master’s degree in classics. Classics scholars study the events and circumstances of the antiquity-era Mediterranean world. They focus on the humanities of Greece or Rome and explore subjects including papyrology, palaeography, and comparative philology. They sharpen their analytical and technical skills by studying literary theory, textual criticism, research methodology, and use of the Greek or Latin language. They strive to understand, appreciate, and expand upon the intentions of the classics world.
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