Classical Studies Learning Outcomes
Students completing the Bachelor’s of Arts in Classical Studies will be able to:
- Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge in the Classics, predominantly in terms of ancient history, art and archaeology of the Mediterranean World
- Demonstrate familiarity in Classical languages and literature.
- To be prepared for graduate studies in one of the following fields: Classics, Ancient History, Archaeology of the Mediterranean world, or Museum Studies.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze historical and archaeological data critically and deductively.
- Demonstrate the ability to write long papers, thematic and analytical in nature, citing primary and secondary sources.
- Demonstrate the knowledge of and skills used in the field archaeology in respect to excavation methodology and description and interpretation of artifacts.
- Demonstrate in-depth and advanced knowledge of selected ancient historians as well as topics in art, archaeology and history of the ancient world.
- Demonstrate the skill to use, analyze and interpret primary sources in ancient history.
Note: Learning goals are subject to regular review and revision.