As a student in the MA in Classics, you will gain a broad and deep knowledge of the classics, literature, history, and archaeology. Additionally, you will attain the language, research, and teaching skills necessary for further graduate study and careers in education.
As a student in the Classics master's program, you will gain depth and breadth in your knowledge of languages, literature, history, archaeology, and digital humanities. Graduates of this program go on to teach classics at the secondary level, pursue PhD degrees, and work in the fields of education, digital technology, and publishing.
See Tuition and Financial Aid information for GSAS Programs. Note: This program is eligible for federal loans and Tufts tuition scholarships.
The Classics Department offers three tracks to complete a master's degree in the classics.
Additionally, students interested in teaching may pursue the MA in Classics with Teaching Licensure.