In the Classics program students can explore studies in Greek and Latin languages and literatures, ancient history, and ancient art and archeology. The MA program offers concentrations in Greek, Latin, classical antiquity, classical art and archeology, and the teaching of Latin, while the PhD is offered in classics.
Requires a minimum of 30 course credits of graduate course work (5000 level and above) with a thesis, or 30 course credits without a thesis.
Requires a minimum of 42 semester hours of graduate course work, 5000 level and above, including four graduate seminars (one each in Greek and Latin), two courses in ancient history, one course in Greek or Latin prose composition, and courses in a special field; 30 hours of dissertation credit, and reading knowledge of German and one other modern language (usually French or Italian). Up to 21 semester hours of graduate credit from other institutions may be transferred.
The department appoints graduate teaching assistants at the 30%, 35%, and 45% level, as well as graduate part-time instructors at the 50% level.
Domestic and international applicants that want to be considered for funding need to submit their application and all application materials by January 2, 2015. Otherwise, domestic and international applicants not seeking funding need to submit their application and all application materials by April 1, 2015.
University of Colorado Boulder
Department of Classics
Boulder, CO 80309-0248