MAJOR: CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
The Classical Archaeology major has been growing in popularity in recent years. One of the Department of Classics' many advantages is a strong archaeology faculty, which allows the department to maintain a robust curriculum of Classical Civilization courses centered on archaeology of the Greek and Roman world. Students in the major take at least three of these courses, along with other approved courses in Classical Civilization, Ancient History and Classical Civilization, or Art History. Special attention is given to practical experience such as fieldwork and applied methodologies in the field and lab. Students acquire at least a junior-level competency in either Latin or Greek.