Masters of Arts in Classical Studies

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Classical Studies

An MA is a master’s degree awarded to students that have completed a program studying humanities or fine arts subjects such as history, communications, philosophy, theology or English. A Master of Arts degree typically requires coursework, research and written examinations.

To have knowledge of ourselves, and our home in a bicultural community, we must know about the societies that have iron out the ground for the world in which we abide.

Classical subjects are the study of the public, areas, and main event of the classical wide world and how they have influence the present society.

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Master of Arts in Classical Archaeology

Unitelma Sapienza
Online Full time 2 years Open Enrollment Italy Rome Spain Spain Online Mexico Mexico Online Australia Australia Online USA USA Online Canada Canada Online + 10 more

The Master’s Degree in Classical Archaeology represents a great innovation among Italian universities courses. The renowned studies in Archaeology of Rome Sapienza University are combined with the online tools of Unitelma Sapienza University which provides Italian and international users with an exclusive and prestigious training project. This Master's Degree is an inter-university degree awarded jointly by the two partner universities. [+]

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The Master’s Degree in Classical Archaeology represents a great innovation among Italian universities courses. The renowned studies in Archaeology of Rome Sapienza University are combined with the online tools of Unitelma Sapienza University which provides Italian and international users with an exclusive and prestigious training project. This Master's Degree is an inter-university degree awarded jointly by the two partner universities.

The Master's Degree in Classical Archaeology aims at providing a thorough training in the field of Classical Archaeology. In particular, through a didactic methodology combining both traditional (archaeological, linguistic-philological, artistic) and innovative resources (applying the most advanced methods to the knowledge of the material culture), intends to train the second level graduates in archaeological and historical skills.... [-]


Master of Arts in Archaeology and History of the Roman Provinces

Goethe University Frankfurt
Campus Full time 2 semesters October 2018 Germany Frankfurt

The ‘Archaeology and History of the Roman Provinces’ MA-program encompasses the Roman provinces in general, with a particular focus on the Western provinces of the Roman Empire. [+]

The ‘Archaeology and History of the Roman Provinces’ MA-program encompasses the Roman provinces in general, with a particular focus on the Western provinces of the Roman Empire.

The provinces are examined from their establishment until the fall of the Western Roman Empire (c. 250 BC-AD 500). In focusing on this theme the program examines the entire legacy that comes down to us from these centuries, i.e. material remains, culture, and religion, as well as information concerning the surrounding landscape.

The aim of the program is to make students aware of the manifold existing sources by presenting a coherent and well-structured sample. The material evidence is documented to a large extent through archaeological excavations and is augmented by every new excavation, as well as every available form of textual evidence. The latter includes the literary corpus of ancient authors, stone or bronze inscriptions, and the cursive inscriptions which survive on various materials (papyri, writing tablets, painted inscriptions, graffiti, etc).... [-]


MA in Classical Studies

The Open University
Online Full time Part time 2 - 10 years Open Enrollment United Kingdom Milton Keynes + 1 more

This fascinating course examines many different aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds – their literature, history, philosophy, archaeology, languages and material cultures – through a scholarly tradition that is both fast-moving and long-standing. You will investigate the different disciplinary areas within Classical Studies, and you will come into direct contact with a wide range of evidence from classical antiquity including literary texts and material artifacts, which you’ll examine from multiple theoretical and methodological perspectives. [+]

This fascinating course examines many different aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds – their literature, history, philosophy, archaeology, languages and material cultures – through a scholarly tradition that is both fast-moving and long-standing.

You will investigate the different disciplinary areas within Classical Studies, and you will come into direct contact with a wide range of evidence from classical antiquity including literary texts and material artifacts, which you’ll examine from multiple theoretical and methodological perspectives.

You will also acquire and develop research skills that will enhance your knowledge of the ancient Graeco-Roman world and prepare you for independent study, culminating in a dissertation.... [-]


MA in Classics & Ancient Civilizations: Classical Studies

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 12 months September 2018 Netherlands Groningen

Are you interested in written and material sources from Antiquity? Do you want to know how to write a commentary on an ancient text? In this one-year's Master track you learn how to tackle different aspects of Classical Antiquity in an academic way and how to write a commentary on a classical text. [+]

Are you interested in written and material sources from Antiquity? Do you want to know how to write a commentary on an ancient text? Then this track is just the thing for you.

In this one-year's Master track you learn how to tackle different aspects of Classical Antiquity in an academic way and how to write a commentary on a classical text. You may choose between a more linguistic or more cultural-historical approach. Besides literary sources, inscriptions, papyri and archaeological sources are also used to shed light on the world of Classical Antiquity. It is also possible to follow courses at another faculty, within the Master language programme, or to include a work placement in the programme. You will finish your programme by writing a thesis.... [-]


MA in Classics & Ancient Civilizations

University of Groningen
Campus Full time Part time 12 months September 2018 Netherlands Groningen + 1 more

What are the classical roots of modern ideas about politics? How do you write a commentary on a text from antiquity? Find out by following one of the tracks of this Master's degree programme. [+]

What are the classical roots of modern ideas about politics? How do you write a commentary on a text from antiquity? Find out by following one of the tracks of this Master's degree programme.

The Master's degree programme in Classics and Ancient Civilizations consists of two tracks:

Classical Studies Ancient History

In the Classical Studies degree programme, we take an academic approach to various themes from Antiquity. You will learn how to critically assess written and material sources. You can opt for a more language-oriented or a less language-oriented curriculum. In the Ancient History specialization, we take a historical approach to the period from Hellenism to Late Antiquity. In addition to literary sources, you will use inscriptions, papyri and archaeological sources to cast a different light on the ancient world. Both tracks are concluded with a thesis, following which you will be awarded a Master of Arts degree in Classics and Ancient Civilizations. This Master's degree programme is also available as a part-time variant.... [-]


MA Classics and Ancient Civilisations (Research)

Leiden University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Netherlands Leiden The Hague + 1 more

The Research Master’s programme in Classics and Ancient Civilisations provides intensive and comprehensive training covering the entire range of present-day research on the civilisations of Greece and Rome and the Ancient Near East. [+]

The Classics and Ancient Civilizations (Research) programme at Leiden University covers the entire range of present-day research on the civilisations of Greece and Rome, Egypt and the Ancient Near East.

Choose from four specialisations

The research master's programme distinguishes itself from other similar master's programmes by consistently integrating Greek and Roman Antiquity, the world of the Hebrew Bible, ancient Judaism, emerging Christianity, Egypt (ancient, antique and late-antique) and the cuneiform cultures of Ancient Mesopotamia, within their broader context. The number of specialisations offered by the Classics and Ancient Civilizations (Research) programme is unparalleled.... [-]


MA Classics and Ancient Civilisations

Leiden University
Campus Full time 1 year September 2018 Netherlands Leiden The Hague + 1 more

The Master’s programme in Classics and Ancient Civilisations provides comprehensive training covering the entire range of present-day research on the ancient civilisations of Greece and Rome, Egypt and the Near East. [+]

The master’s programme in Classics and Ancient Civilizations at Leiden University covers the entire range of present-day research on the civilisations of Greece and Rome, Egypt and the Ancient Near East.

Choose from four specialisations

This master's programme distinguishes itself from similar programmes by consistently integrating Greek and Roman Antiquity, the world of the Hebrew Bible, ancient Judaism, emerging Christianity, Egypt (ancient, antique and late-antique) and the cuneiform cultures of Ancient Mesopotamia, into their broader context. The number of specialisations on offer at Leiden University is unparalleled.

Use a wide range of research methods... [-]


MA in Classics with Teaching Licensure

Tufts University - Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2018 USA Medford

The master's program in Classics with teaching licensure allows students to pursue intensive study of the classical world beyond the bachelor's level and simultaneously to acquire the credentials for a professional teaching career in public education. [+]

The master's program in Classics with licensure allows students to pursue intensive study of the classical world beyond the bachelor's level and simultaneously to acquire the credentials for a professional teaching career in public education. Students in this program have an opportunity to study literature, history, archaeology, and digital humanities in the Classics department. Concurrently they prepare for a career in teaching (grades 5-12) through coursework and supervised teaching offered by the Education Department at Tufts. In strengthening their language, research, and teaching skills, graduates are also prepared to pursue a Ph.D. degree at another institution.

Requirements Candidates must successfully complete six graduate courses in Classics. Two must be in upper-level Latin and two must be in upper-level Greek. Candidates will usually have completed the equivalent of an undergraduate Latin or Greek major. If not, additional courses will be required for completion of the master's degree. Candidates must successfully complete seven graduate courses in Education: one at the introductory level; one in human development and learning; one in the social, cultural, and historical foundations of education; one in exceptionalities in learning; two courses in second language instruction with an emphasis in Latin and Greek; and one in supervised teaching worth two credits. Reading knowledge of Latin or Greek and one modern foreign language (usually German or French) is tested by examination. To demonstrate research and presentation, the candidate may submit for evaluation by a Classics faculty committee either two qualifying papers (written for courses at Tufts and revised as necessary... [-]

MA in Classics

Tufts University - Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 USA Medford

The master's program in Classics at Tufts is designed for students who wish to go beyond the bachelor's level to attain a broader and deeper knowledge of the classics for one or more of the following purposes: teaching, further graduate study, digital technology, or cultural enrichment. [+]

The master's program in classics at Tufts is designed for students who wish to go beyond the bachelor's level to attain a broader and deeper knowledge of the classics for one or more of the following purposes: teaching, further graduate study, digital technology, or publishing. With its strong language component and faculty strength in literature, history, archaeology, and digital humanities, this program particularly suits those who want either to consolidate and improve their language, research, and teaching skills in preparation for a Ph.D. degree at another institution or to teach classics at the secondary level.

Requirements Candidates must successfully complete ten graduate courses in Classics. Two must be in upper-level Latin and two must be in upper-level Greek; one must be in history; and one must be in classical archaeology. Candidates will usually have completed the equivalent of an undergraduate Latin or Greek major. If not, additional courses will be required for completion of the master's degree. Reading knowledge of Latin or Greek and one modern foreign language (usually German or French) is tested by examination. To demonstrate research and presentation, the candidate may submit for evaluation by a faculty committee either two qualifying papers (written for courses at Tufts and revised as necessary after completion of the course) or a thesis. The thesis normally counts as two of the required ten courses. Students usually find that writing a thesis takes a full term of uninterrupted work. An oral examination based on the qualifying papers or thesis is required. A... [-]