Joint Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts in Classics
Applicants for the joint Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts in Classics should be directed to the Graduate Program Director. The application deadline is August 1 prior to the senior year. The requirements for admission are as follows:
- Active progress toward a Bachelor of Arts in Classics, Greek, or Latin. Students pursuing a major in Greek or Latin must have begun study in the other language before applying.
- GPA and GRE scores predictive of success in the program.
- A personal statement outlining an area of interest and reasons for seeking the degree.
The joint Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts in Classics degree consists of 151 semester hours, including the successful completion of a three-hour thesis or non-thesis project.
The requirements are as follows:
- All requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Classics, Greek, or Latin listed in the Undergraduate Catalog. A maximum of nine semester hours from the undergraduate major may be waived for nine graduate hours.
- All requirements for the Master of Classics (33 hours) degree.