Classics studies the languages, literatures, history and society of Graeco-Roman antiquity, and offers courses in the archaeology of ancient Egypt and the Mediterranean world, as well as the classical tradition.

Program Information

Bachelor of Arts with Major in Classical Studies
  • 42h in Classics
  • including 6h from Gree 1103, 1113, Lati 1103, 1113 or equivalent
Bachelor of Arts with Double Major in Classical Studies
  • Classical Studies as one major in a double major program requires 36h
  • 54h in Classical Studies are required for honours in Classics with a double major.
Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Classical Studies
  • 60h in Classics
  • including 18h from Greek and Latin with at least 6h in each
  • 12h in Classics at the 3000-level
  • Clas 4996

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 62-63.