Studying classics is foundational and inherently interdisciplinary, appealing to students interested in history, literature, archaeology, art history, religion, philosophy, and even linguistics and anthropology. Extended study of Greek and Latin stretches students’ analytical skills and deepens their knowledge of key ancient authors. Students develop critical and imaginative thinking by working with and writing about ancient material. By studying the classics, student are well prepared not only for many other courses of study but also for a wide range of careers.
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