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Graduate Admission Requirements
The Department of Classics welcomes applications to our MA program. Please contact Professor Corbeill email@example.com as soon as possible if you are interested. Funding is available for Graduate Teaching Assistants.
For admission to the graduate program in Classics, the beginning student should have 15 junior/senior hours of Latin and/or Greek. Candidates slightly deficient in the stated requirements may be admitted probationally. Incoming students are also encouraged to complete course work in the history, archaeology, and philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome before entering the program.
New: There is no deadline for applications to the M.A. program, but those received by *February 1* (for fall enrollment) will receive fullest consideration. For January enrollment, applications received by October 25 will receive fullest consideration. See the above link for details regarding Graduate Teaching Assistantships and other available funding.
The Master's degree program offers advanced study and includes a research component. Students wishing to prepare for PhD-level studies should consult carefully with the graduate advisor.