To earn a Bachelor of Arts in ancient and classical studies, you must complete the following courses, in addition to general education requirements.
To earn a minor in ancient and classical studies, you must complete the following courses:
Three ANCS courses at the 200-level or above
Recent ancient and classical studies majors have attended graduate school programs at Indiana, Case Western Reserve and Georgetown universities.
Top job industries for ancient and classical studies majors include education and writing/editing.
- 90% of work seekers who majored in the humanities between 2018-2022 were employed, pursuing graduate school or volunteering within six months of graduation.
- Recent graduates are working as teachers, education coordinators and journalists.
What kind of research experiences and internships are available?
In addition to off-campus study programs and research experiences with faculty in places like Greece and England, ancient and classical studies students have also participated in a variety of internships. Recent interns have worked at the Cincinnati Museum Center and as an archives and collections assistant at DANK Haus in Chicago.
To learn more about available off-campus study programs, research experiences and internships, visit the Epic Centers.