The Classics Department offers Bachelor's degrees in Classical Culture (optional Classical Archaeology emphasis) and Classical Languages (Greek, Latin, or Greek and Latin emphases) and Master's degrees in Classical Languages (Greek, Latin, or Greek and Latin emphases) and Latin (non-thesis). Certain students may apply for a joint Bachelor's and Master's degree in Classical Languages. Beginning Fall 2015, the Department will offer an online Post-Baccalaureate certificate in Classical Languages. Please view the links below for more information on the programs and their requirements. In addition, you can see a list of courses offered here.


Undergraduate Program

Bachelor's Degree in Classical Culture or Classical Languages (Greek, Latin, or Greek and Latin)

Classics Course Information

Programs of Study

More information on Undergraduate Admission

For more information, contact GRADINQ@uga.edu.

 


Joint A.B./M.A Degree in Classical Languages

Earn a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Classical Languages in five years.

Program Requirements and Typical Program of Study

Application Process

For more information, contact GRADINQ@uga.edu.

 


Graduate Program

Master's Degree in Classical Languages or Latin (non-thesis)

Classics Course Information

Programs of Study

Graduate Application checklists for Classical Languages and Latin non-thesis M.A. degrees

For more information, contact GRADINQ@uga.edu.

 


Classics Summer Institute

Earn a Master's Degree in this summers-only program

This Summer's Courses

Summer Institute Application Checklist

For more information, contact GRADINQ@uga.edu.

 


Online Post-Baccalaureate in Classical Languages

The online post-baccalaureate certificate program is designed to help students reach and exceed advanced levels in Greek and Latin in order to prepare them for graduate study in the various fields of classics. This program is offered completely online in an asynchronous format to accommodate students who need more flexibility and is ideal for:

  • students who need additional language courses to prepare them for advanced degrees in classics
  • graduate students in related fields who wish to increase their knowledge of classical languages
  • secondary school teachers who wish to deepen their knowledge of classical languages and enhance their credentials

For more information, contact GRADINQ@uga.edu.