|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
|Field of Study:||Classical, Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology
|Description:||A General degree in Greek and Roman Studies focuses on Greco-Roman civilization and culture, while an Honours degree requires that students also study ancient Greek or Latin languages. Learning these languages is necessary for advanced study within the field because the emphasis in Greek and Roman Studies is on the examination of primary source materials (the artifacts of ancient Greece and Rome), not only on scholarly descriptions of the primary sources.
Although the Greek and Roman Studies program is small, it is thorough. All major aspects of the discipline are addressed by our course offerings, but some focus on particular areas of interest, such as material culture or literature, is also possible. Senior students, through our senior seminar or through directed studies courses, can pursue detailed study of precise topics under the careful guidance of a faculty member.
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