For Students Majoring in Related Fields

Students not majoring in Classics frequently take a number of courses in Latin, Greek, or Classical Civilization to enhance or contribute substantially to their majors in Comparative Literature, History, Philosophy, Religion, Art History, Theatre, Anthropology, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Leadership Studies, or English and other languages and literatures. We welcome these students to our courses and departmental events, of course, and also invite them to consult with our faculty about their course choices within Classics, study abroad, opportunities for summer study, graduate school, teaching and other post-graduate endeavors. Our faculty are always available for consultation on papers and projects, whether a student of Medieval history needs help with a Latin passage or a theatre student is producing a Greek tragedy.  We often advise, or assist in advising, honors theses in other departments and programs.