Program Information

School: University of Calgary
Faculty: Arts
Degree: Bachelor; Co-op; Honours
Field of Study: Modern Greek Language and Literature
Description: To understand the modern world, we need to know its historical foundations and traditions. Most modern fields of thought, belief and creativity began and developed in ancient times, and the Greek and Roman studies program at the U of C gives students the opportunity to understand the ancient development that shaped the world we know today. You’ll focus your studies on the civilizations of the Mediterranean area, the Near East and Western Europe in ancient and medieval times. You’ll study ancient political, social and economic history, classical art and literature in translation, and ancient religion, mythology, science and technology. Greek and Roman Studies majors may also learn to read ancient and medieval texts in Greek and Latin. Scholarship in this field is generally based on the writings and material remains from ancient times, giving students the opportunity to study and interpret texts in their primary forms. The Co-op program allows you to alternate in-school learning with 12 to 16 months of full-time paid work experience.
URL: Greek and Roman Studies at University of Calgary
Length: 4 Year(s)
Cost per year:*
International: $19,563

Admission Requirements

Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)* 70
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