Now accepting applications to our Masters program for 2020-21!

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Applicants should have reached the advanced level in at least one of the two ancient languages, and preferably in both Latin and Greek.  See a full description of the program at http://classics.umd.edu/academicprograms/graduate

To test the waters, consider applying as an Advanced Special Student; credit earned in this status can be applied to the degree if you are accepted later. All classes are offered in the evenings or weekends.  This spring we are offering Latin Pedagogy at either the 400 or 600 level, as a series of Saturday workshops on February 8 and 15, March 7 and 28, April 4 and 18, and May 2.  For more information, contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Eric Adler, eadler@umd.edu.

We offer the M.A. in Latin or Latin and Greek, which may be earned on a full-time or part-time basis. Two-year teaching assistantships carry a stipend and full tuition. For best consideration for funding, apply by January 27, 2020.  

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