Degree & Plan FAQs
Students can take their studies of the Classics in numerous directions, choosing to focus on any number of areas, including history, literature, papyrology, archaeology, ancient science and medicine, religion, mythology, drama and philosophy, and ancient Greek and Latin.
The Classics Department offers the following degrees:
- Classics Specialization Honours Plan (BAH)
- Classical Studies Honours Plans (BAH) – with the option of a Major, Medial or Minor in Classics
- Classical Studies General Plan (BA)
Our undergraduates have gone on to a variety of occupations and been accepted in graduate programs nationally and internationally. You may choose to continue with your academic career in a number of the following programs or choose occupations in areas such as Museum Work, Publishing, Law, Library Information Sciences, Education, Art Conservation, Archaeology, MA Studies at RMC, Private School Latin Teachers, Civil Service, Policing Services, Ministerial Work, Administration and the Finance Sectors. Please chat with us anytime about some of our most recent graduate program acceptances or job placements.
For admission to a four-year Classical Studies Major, Medial, or Specialization:
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 For admission to a four-year Classical Studies Minor: A minimum cumulative GPA of 1.9
For admission to a three-year Classical Studies General Plan:
A minimum cumulative GPA of 1.6