5: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

General Information | Programs and Degrees Offered | Admission Information
Financial Assistance | Graduate Academic Regulations
Requirements for Specific Graduate Degrees | Departments and Programs | Faculty

Non-Departmental | Anthropology | Art | Asian and Middle Eastern | Asian Studies | Astronomy
Biochemistry | Biology | Biological and Physical Sciences | Biophysics | Cell and Molecular Biology
Cell Biology | Chemistry | Classics | Commerce | Drama | Economics | English | Environmental Sciences
French | German | Government and Foreign Affairs | Health Evaluation Sciences | History | Linguistics
Mathematics | Microbiology | Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics | Music | Neuroscience
Pharmacology | Philosophy | Physics | Psychology | Religious Studies | Russian and East European Studies
Slavic | Sociology | Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese | Statistics | Surgery

Department of Classics
Course Descriptions | Departmental Degree Requirements

Departmental Degree Requirements

Master of Arts   Twenty-four credits of graduate courses; translation exam in Greek or Latin; oral exam on Greek or Roman history and literature; reading knowledge of either French or German; masterís thesis.

Master of Teaching   A Master of Teaching Program in Latin is offered through the Curry School of Graduate Education.

Doctor of Philosophy   Thirty credits of graduate courses in addition to those required for the Master of Arts; translation examinations in Greek and Latin; oral and written examinations on Greek and Roman literature and history; reading knowledge of both French and German; exam on special author and special field to be chosen by the candidate; dissertation; and oral defense.


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