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Tulanians at the joint meeting of the AIA / SCS in New Orleans, January 8 -11:

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Tulane Classical Studies

The Department of Classical Studies at Tulane University offers courses in the ancient languages (Latin and Greek), the fields of Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern archaeology, ancient history, ancient religion (Greek, Roman, ancient Judaism, and early Christianity), and ancient culture in general.

Note: Courses in ancient Greek and Latin satisfy the foreign language requirement.

The programs of study in our department allow our majors both to sample broadly among our offerings and to concentrate in a particular field. We offer majors in Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies. In the Classical Studies major, students can choose among a wide variety of courses.

Students who major in Classical Studies frequently go on to law school or medical school, and of course some of our majors go on to graduate study in Classics. Many of our students pursue double majors, often in Classical Studies and in the sciences, especially those in the pre-med curriculum. We are very much aware that the goals of different students require different kinds of preparation, and we work individually with our students to insure that their undergraduate training will give them the best possible foundation for their future professional lives. We also have an active student-run Classics Club that sponsors extracurricular events for majors and non-majors alike.

Feel free to look around our site and investigate what our department has to offer. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Campus location & contact info:

210 C Joseph Merrick Jones Hall
Telephone: 504-865-5719
Fax: 504-862-8736
Email: Thomas D. Frazel, Department Chair
or Elizabeth Reyna, Executive Secretary

Mailing address:

Department of Classical Studies
Jones Hall 210 C
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118

Website questions? Contact the department webmaster.

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