Graduate Study in Classics

Students having graduate status at Wright State may take graduate level Classics courses.   Students wanting to earn a Master’s degree at Wright State with an emphasis in Classics may do so through the Master of Humanities Program. The Master of Humanities Program is an interdisciplinary, liberal arts program that permits students to develop a program of study tailored to fit their interests. Emphasizing Classical Studies is one option available to students in this Program.

Students emphasizing Classical Studies should have graduate ability in a Classical language, either Latin or Greek. Students with language deficiencies may need to take undergraduate language classes.

Students who need additional work on their languages before applying to external graduate programs may do so while pursuing a degree in the Master of Humanities Program.

Information about the Master of Humanities Program is available on the Program’s website. Interested students may also contact Dr. Valerie Stoker, the Director of the Master of Humanities Program, or Siobhan Semmett, the Program’s Administrative Assistant.