Exploring the Greco-Roman world stands as a model for exciting interdisciplinary study in the humanities. The Classics department offers a wide range of undergraduate classes featuring the languages, history, archaeology, philosophy, religions and literature of ancient Greece and Rome—two cultures which are in some ways very similar to our own, but in many ways surprisingly different. A wide variety of classes (all those undergraduate classes labelled "Classics", rather than "Latin" or "Greek") do not require any knowledge of the ancient languages—all reading is in English. Many of our undergraduate classes fulfill L&S breadth requirements.
For a full description of the courses being offered in the current semester, please go to the Classics Courses page.
For more information about majors and minors, please go to the Classics Undergraduate Programs page.
The Department offers a combined MA/PhD program in Classics or in Classical Archaeology. For more information, please go to the Classics Graduate Programs page.