Classics degrees - results 1-10 of 302

  1. Classics

    Davidson College - Davidson, NC

    • BS

    Discover the Classics, the quintessential liberal arts education

  2. Classics

    Delta State University - Cleveland, MS

    • BS

    Welcome to the Department of Classics at Denison University. Classics is the study of ancient Greece and Rome--the languages, culture and history

  3. Classics

    Delta State University - Cleveland, MS

    • BA

    Welcome to the Department of Classics at Denison University. Classics is the study of ancient Greece and Rome--the languages, culture and history

  4. Classics

    Luther College - Decorah, IA

    • BS

    may earn a major in Classics (Greek and Latin) or Biblical Languages (Greek and Hebrew). There are also minors available in Classics and Classical Studies

  5. Classics

    Canisius College - Buffalo, NY

    • BA

    addition to a major in classics, the Canisius Classics Department offers two minors, either of which can be a valuable complement to whatever major you choose

  6. Classics

    Denison University - Granville, OH

    • Bachelor's

    Welcome to the Department of Classics at Denison University. Classics is the study of ancient Greece and Rome--the languages, culture and history

  7. Classics

    Luther College - Decorah, IA

    • Bachelor's

    may earn a major in Classics (Greek and Latin) or Biblical Languages (Greek and Hebrew). There are also minors available in Classics and Classical Studies

  8. Classics

    Drew University - Madison, NJ

    • BS

    Classics is the study of ancient Greek and Roman cultures, and their still vibrant legacy

  9. Classics

    Monmouth College - Monmouth, IL

    • Bachelor's

    Classics Major (8 courses in Classics, Latin, or Greek): Required courses: CLAS 200 Introduction to Classical Studies CLAS 201 Classics Seminar At least .5 course in Latin or Greek at the 102 level or higher. Highly recommended courses: CLAS 211 History of Greece CLAS

  10. Classics

    Pomona College - Claremont, CA

    • Associate

    roots of modern civilization. The Classics Program is a cooperative intercollegiate program; Classics courses taught at all of The Claremont Colleges count as Pomona courses. Greek, Latin and Classical Hebrew may be taken to fulfill the Pomona

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