Major to Career: Classical Studies
On this page you will find information about careers pursued by Classical Studies majors, skills majors develop and career-related Web sites relevant to the Classical Studies major. Visit the department page to learn more about the Classical Studies program.
It is important to remember that your major does not determine what your career will be. With a liberal arts education, YOU, not your major, will determine your career path.
On the right is a comprehensive list of job titles of Dickinson alumni who majored in Classical Studies.
- Communications: Greek and Latin majors develop skills in oral expression, critical reading, translation and writing in another language.
- Human Relations: Classical studies majors develop an appreciation for other cultures and receptively to new ideas.
- Research & Problem Solving: Comparison of ideas, problem identification, developing problem-solving techniques, and information analysis are all skills used by Classical Studies majors.
Career-Related Web Sites
Resources for Classical Studies
Features links to electronic discussion groups, databases, journals, professional associations, texts and interesting sites for classicists.
Classical Studies Resources
A listing of classical studies societies with links to their web pages.
American Classical League
Publications, scholarships, events, and teaching resources for classicists.
American Philological Association
Society for ancient Greek and Roman studies. Website provides membership information, resources, and current related news.
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