Skills for your next chapter
“What are you going to do with that major?”
We know that the outcome is king of any college commitment, so we help you build versatile skills that will make you marketable, hireable and secure. We’ll help you discover your passion. So you can let your curiosity move you.
A degree in Classical Languages or Classics and Religious Studies is excellent preparation for anything you may want to do. You will be well-positioned to pursue graduate study in, for example, Classics, Religious Studies, law, medicine, business, counseling, or the ministry. Because of the emphasis on writing, critical thinking, and analysis of texts, and because of the exposure to different cultural traditions, you will also be well-suited for careers in education, government, industry, and non-profit organizations. Read what some of our recent graduates are up to.
Career planning resources on campus
If you need further help brainstorming how to use your degree in Classical Languages or Classics and Religious Studies to accomplish your personal, professional, and academic goals, reach out to the college's Career Coaches, or contact any of the department's advisors: