Ancient Civilization

Ancient Civilization

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: January 15 for fall semester; November 1 for spring semester
Processing time: 30 days
Intakes: Fall, Spring
International tuition: $46,850
Domestic tuition: $46,850

Program overview

The curriculum spans art history, Jewish studies, and philosophy, and includes classical languages and literature — in fact, you’ll gain working knowledge of classical Greek, Hebrew, or Latin. Armed with these skills, you’ll draw connections and conclusions that link some of the oldest societies on earth with the most timely and pressing issues facing the modern Western world. The major in ancient civilization is designed to provide you with a sound knowledge of the ancient Greco-Roman and Judaeo-Christian roots of Western civilization. You are expected to acquire a working knowledge of at least one of the principal languages of the ancient Mediterranean (Classical Greek, Hebrew or Latin); this ensures you direct access to the culture, literature, philosophy, and history of the ancient world. The major requires the successful completion of at least 10 courses, including Two foundation courses At least one course at or above the intermediate level in Greek, Hebrew, or Latin A senior seminar, preferably to be taken during the second semester of the senior year

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



    A copy of your high school transcript; A list of your activities, work, and family responsibilities; Academic honors and achievements; English Language Proficiency Requirements: TOEFL, Duolingo, or IELTS score report. They do not have minimum scores for any test. They will consider your English proficiency holistically, based on your scores, transcript, essay, and letters of recommendation.

    Career opportunities

    Graduate schools attended by ancient civilization majors from Clark include: American Jewish University, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies Brandeis University, M.A. in Ancient Greek and Roman Studies The College of William and Mary, Marshall Wythe Law School Boston University, Ph.D. in Classical, Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology

    Campus location

    Worcester , United States

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