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For more than 2,000 years, classical civilization has influenced the institutions, languages, literature, and arts of many nations. Indeed, the ancient Greeks and Romans created much of the political and intellectual questioning still with us today.  The study of classics therefore provides access to the thoughts, achievements, and ways of life of the ancient Greeks and Romans, but also treats material relevant to the study of many cultures across the ages.

An education in Classical Studies provides a foundation for careers in other fields, such as law, business, medicine, or communications. It teaches students to read, write, and think clearly and enables them to deal from a critical perspective with the ethical and moral issues raised by a professional career.

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Joseph Knapik

Senior Program Coordinator

Stephen Esposito

Associate Professor of Classical Studies; Director of Undergraduate Studies; Coordinator of First Semester Core Curriculum (CC101)