Classics and Ancient History (M.A.)
||Faculty of Arts
|Field of Study:
Classical, Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology;
||The program offers either a literature-based MA degree or one with a component in classical art and archaeology. The program of studies normally occupies two years and includes the making up of any undergraduate deficiencies; a minimum of 18 ch of course work and a thesis or 24 ch of course work, a graduate report and comprehensive exams; and such further work as shall be required by the GAU.
Candidates will design their programs at the beginning of their graduate work under the direction of the Director of Graduate Studies and with the approval of the GAU. The programs will be tailored as far as possible to the need of each candidate.
||Classics and Ancient History (M.A.) at University of New Brunswick - School of Graduate Studies
The programme offers either a literature-based MA degree or one with a component in classical art and archaeology. Students with undergraduate honours, majors, or their equivalent in Latin, Greek or Classics are considered for courses leading to the degree of MA. Applicants must have at least 18 ch or equivalent in one of the languages and, preferably, at least 6 ch in the other
A reading knowledge of German, French or Italian is required. This requirement must be fulfilled either by 12 ch having been taken in any one of these languages at University level or through examination.
Program Last Updated: Sep 6, 2010