Our students develop skills in writing, research, critical thinking and delivering oral presentations, while gaining an appreciation of the Greek and Roman worlds. Students also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience at archaeological digs and at the McMaster Museum of Art.
Undergraduate Course Outlines
View your Classics studies course outline to find assignment due dates, assessments and more.
Humanities Student Experience Office
Access undergraduate academic advising, career support and experiential learning.
Learn about our research focus and details about our MA and PhD Classics graduate programs.
Many humanities graduates become professional chameleons of sorts. We leave university with these highly developed critical thinking and communication skills and can apply them to any number of industries.
Classics Department Job Opportunities
Find out about Classics department job opportunities.
Numismatics in the Department of Classics
We engage in the study of ancient coins both inside and outside of the classroom.