Description of Major
This major educates students about the language, history and literature of ancient Greece and Rome, with a focus on culture and civilization.
For more information on studying Classical Civilizations: click here
Graduates are prepared for a wide range of positions in business, communications, government, nonprofit organizations, and social services. A variety of jobs are available for classical civilization graduates, including:
|Communications Media Planner||Library Systems Assistant|
|Community Affairs Specialist||Museum Worker|
|Conference Relations Specialist||Product Manager|
|Data Coordinator||Public Administrator|
|Diplomatic Staff Member||Public Policy Analyst|
|Field Representative||Research and Development Specialist|
|Foreign Service Representative||Research Assistant|
|Foundation Worker||Sales representative|
|Higher Education Administrator||Teacher|
|Historic Site Administrator||Tour Guide|
|Historical Preservation Specialist||Travel agent|
Some positions listed may require education or training beyond an undergraduate degree.