For Master of Arts in Greek, Latin, or Classics:
- Twenty-seven credits in courses and seminars approved by the Department as applicable toward an advanced degree and either a) 9 additional credits and a research paper or b) a thesis (9 credits). At least 18 of the total 36 credits must be at the 500-level or above.
- Competence in reading German, French or Italian, demonstrated by passing a Departmental examination.
- Fulfillment of graduate school requirements (see the University’s General Catalog).