What Do You Learn in a Classics Program?
The Classics Department at McMaster offers undergraduate students a wide variety of quality, in-depth and hands-on Classics undergraduate programs.
A Classics program trains students to understand ancient culture from different perspectives and through multidisciplinary approaches to help better understand the world in which we live.
Concurrent Certificate in the Language of Medicine and Health
This certificate offers students the chance to develop an understanding of medical terminology with Greek and Latin language courses.
Interdisciplinary Minor in Archaeology (Administered by Department of Anthropology)
Classics students are able to obtain an interdisciplinary minor in archaeology.
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.