The concentration in Classical Languages is one of two concentrations within the major of Classical Studies. Students of Classical Languages study ancient Greek, Latin, and/or Hebrew, as well as the rich cultural traditions of Greece, Rome, Israel, ancient Mesopotamia, and Egypt. Through the comparative study of these ancient languages and literatures, students in Classical languages acquire additional cultural literacy as they examine critically the ancient beliefs, values, and traditions that have shaped modern cultures.
The concentration in Classical Languages best prepares students for graduate school in the discipline of Classics or the fields of Ancient History and Ancient Philosophy. Students in Classical Languages pursue successfully careers in law, medicine, and publishing, as well as graduate school in Linguistics, Comparative Literature, and Classical Archaeology.
Consists of eleven courses:
Consists of six courses:
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