The rigor involved in the study of Classics prepares you well for a variety of careers.
Professional schools and business schools recognize that Classics provides a great intellectual foundation for graduate work in any field. Classics majors score especially well on standardized exams such as the GRE.
Careers in Classics range across a broad array of fields, including teaching at the high school or university level, museum work, gallery work, as well as scholarly publication.
Classics majors go on to a range of careers including law, business, medicine, even journalism.
For how ancient Greek, cutting-edge education, financial analysis, and graduate school in religion all are interrelated, see Trey Frye’s ’12 story.