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MA Classics - Ancient History

 Course Level
Masters / PG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
2 Years
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
15777 USD
National
15777 USD

Application fee

International 90 USD
National 90 USD
Department
School of Humanities and Science
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7
TOEFL-IBT (min)89
TOEFL-PBT (min)575
GRE (avg)322
GMAT (avg)733
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About this course

The study of Classics has traditionally centered on the literature and material culture of ancient Greece and Rome, including Greek and Latin language, literature, philosophy, history, art, and archaeology. At Stanford, Classics also explores connections with other ancient cultures and with the modern world, as well as specialized fields such as ancient economics, law, papyrology, and science. The department’s faculty approaches Classics from an interdisciplinary perspective that crosses geographical, temporal, and thematic territories. Studying ancient epic poetry can lead to looking at modern cinema afresh; ancient Athenian politics opens new perspectives on modern politics; and the study of Rome presents parallels with other empires just as Latin illuminates the history of English and the Romance languages. In short, Classics at Stanford is an interdisciplinary subject concerned not only with Greek and Roman civilization but also with the interaction of cultures and societies that influenced the ancient Mediterranean basin and continue to influence human society across the globe.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must have completed a 4 year B.S degree to be eligible to apply.
  • TOEFL scores can be submitted as language proficiency. 89 in the Internet Based Test and 1520 in the Paper Based Test is the cutoff.
  • GRE scores are compulsory. Minimum score for application eligibility is 322.

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Course Modules

  • Attaining a standard of scholarship such as would be reached by three quarters of study in the department after fulfilling the requirements for an undergraduate major in the department. Normally, this means completing 30 units of graduate courses and 15 additional units of work at the 100 level or higher.
  • Satisfactory completion of 20 units of graduate-level courses in Classics and of 10 units of graduate-level courses in other programs.
  • Satisfactory completion of 15 additional units of courses in either ancient Greek or Latin at the 100 level or higher.
  • Writing a thesis, or passing an exam on a particular topic, or having written work accepted by the Graduate Committee as an equivalent. Three completed and satisfactory seminar papers are normally an acceptable equivalent, provided each paper has earned the grade of B+ or higher.

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How to Apply

Go to the application link.

Create an account in the website.

Upload the required documents:

  • Original transcripts
  • Language Proficiency tests
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Statement of Intent

After uploading, pay the necessary application fees

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