If you haven't studied Latin, or haven't studied Greek, you can here at Duquesne University. These language courses can be taken both by those who have already studied classical languages at school and by those who have not yet had the opportunity to learn Latin or Greek.
If learning languages isn't your main interest, the department has courses to suit you, too. There are courses in ancient literature, ancient history and ancient archaeology for you to choose.
Major and Minor Information
Download the three-year course schedule for Classics majors by clicking here
The department also offers a minor in Latin; in Greek; or in Classical Civilization with courses in Greek Civilization, Roman Civilization, Archaeology, Ancient History and Ancient Art and Literature.
The department maintains a collaborative arrangement with our School of Education which can allow a student to graduate with both a B.A. degree from the McAnulty College, a B.S. degree from the School of Education and also with Pennsylvania certification in Latin.
Students are invited to consult with the department for more information. We are located on the fourth floor of College Hall.