Our thesis-based master’s program engages students in an in-depth study of classical language, literature, history and archeology before exploring a specific question of interest.
You’ll spend your first year in courses strengthening your knowledge and critical abilities. In your second year, you’ll prepare a thesis that focuses on a particular area or question of interest to you. We encourage you to explore areas that have been under-represented in past scholarship.
All applicants must demonstrate a well-rounded knowledge of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.