**We offer a B.A. degree with a concentration that prepares students to become Latin teachers**
Requirements for the undergraduate program for students interested in teaching Latin are listed at http://classics.uncg.edu/undergraduate/license-for-teaching-latin/
Welcome to the Department of Classical Studies at UNCG! The languages and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome have been a part of the curriculum here since the university’s founding in 1891, and we are now one of the largest Classics programs in North Carolina. We offer a complete array of undergraduate courses in Greek, Latin, classical civilization, and archaeology, and students can concentrate in any of these areas to earn a degree in Classical Studies. We also offer study abroad opportunities through our UNCG in Rome program and an archaeological field school in Greece.
But what will you do after college with a degree in Classical Studies? Our graduates are ready for just about anything! While some students go on to become Latin teachers or, after graduate school, Classics professors, many pursue other careers from law to medicine, museum work to management. Our majors acquire the skills that employers are looking for. Because Classical Studies embraces a range of methodologies (e.g. literary, archaeological, historical, linguistic) students learn how to approach problems from a variety of perspectives. They develop strong analytical and critical thinking skills and strong skills in speaking and writing.
We invite you to explore this website and our Facebook page to learn more about what our department has to offer. If you would like further information, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I welcome the opportunity to tell you more about our programs.
Dr. Hugh Parker
Marissa Sarver was selected to participate in the 30th Annual National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) on April 7-9, 2016 in Asheville, NC.