Classics, Master of Arts (M.A.)

Students choose either the Latin or Latin and Greek track. All students must pass a proficiency exam, submit a Scholarly Article Analysis, commentary, and present at the Classics department research conference.  

Latin track: 30 credits required

Course Title Credits
Core Requirements
LATN472Historical Development of the Latin Language3
or LATN672 Historical Development of the Latin Language
Two courses may be in CLAS, HIST, or an allied field6
Two of the remaining courses may be in LATN4xx, the others must be LATN6xx21
Total Credits30

Latin and Greek track: 33 credits required

Course Title Credits
Core Requirements
LATN472Historical Development of the Latin Language3
or LATN672 Historical Development of the Latin Language
GREK472History and Development of the Greek Language3
or GREK672 History and Development of the Greek Language
One course may be in CLAS, HIST, or an allied field3
One of the remaining courses may be in LATN4xx; two of the remaining courses may be in GREK4xx; the others must be LATN6xx or GREK6xx24
Total Credits33