Classical Studies | UNC Greensboro Undergraduate Admissions

Classical Studies

Degree Outcomes

  • Enter the work force in jobs in business, law, banking, the military, the clergy, teaching Latin, teaching English as a second language, retail management, higher education administration, real estate, and insurance.
  • Students develop advanced ability to communicate and think critically, and receive excellent preparation for graduate entrance exams for medical, law, and other professional programs.
  • Graduates have enrolled in graduate programs at universities including The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Tufts University, Cornell University, University of Cincinnati, Colorado State University, University of Maryland, and the University of Georgia.

The Student Experience

  • Faculty members committed to excellence in teaching and opportunities to interact with faculty inside and outside the classroom.
  • Training in the largest such program in North Carolina, one focused exclusively on undergraduate education.
  • Individualized advising and career counseling; a classical studies library and undergraduate study room.
  • Fascinating courses in mythology, cosmology, ancient warfare, women in antiquity, and many more.
  • Faculty teaching and research interests covering a wide variety of areas.
  • Clubs and organizations tailored to specific academic interests.
  • Undergraduate research opportunities with a faculty mentor, including an archaeological field school in Greece.
  • Internships and study abroad opportunities, including a summer program in Rome.