Careers in Classics
An undergraduate degree in Classics can prepare you for a variety of career paths, including:
It is not surprising that, routinely, Classics graduates are also accepted into graduate programs throughout the United States, including not only advanced academic programs in the humanities and social sciences, but also professional schools of law and medicine. Admissions boards and prospective employers view Classics graduates' solid base of knowledge, analytical, and communication skills as a guarantee of self-discipline, ability, adaptability, and ultimately, achievement.
Whether just beginning college or approaching graduation, the Career Services Center can help you explore majors and careers, seek internships and develop professional and job search skills. The center is also here to help you prepare for future success either in assisting with your job search or by pursuing advanced degrees.