If you are intrigued by the ancient world, the Classics program is a great choice since it encompasses the study of all aspects of ancient Greece and Rome. Our innovative Classics programs provide an integrated and interdisciplinary environment that combines archaeology, ancient Greek and Latin, history, mythology and literature. These programs present the experience of classical civilizations as part of a continuum of human experience that includes 21st-century cultures. Classics offers a challenging program in which you can explore a critical and exciting period of world history.
Honours in Classics – Ancient History and Archaeology (60 credits)
Major in Classics – Ancient History and Archaeology (42 credits)
Minor in Classical Archeology (24 credits)
Minor in Classical Civilization (24 credits)
Honours in Classics – Classical Languages and Literature (60 credits)
Major in Classics – Classical Languages and Literature (42 credits)
Minor in Classical Languages and Literature (24 credits)
Minimum cut-off averages should be used as indicators. The cut-off data may change depending on the applicant pool. Applicants who meet the stated minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to these programs.
Quebec Cegep (CRC): 20.0 (Honours: 28.0)
Canadian High Schools: 70% (Honours: 85%)
U.S. High Schools: C+ (Honours: B+)
University Transfers (internal/external): C (Honours: B+)
We consider complete applications year round and we give priority to applicants who apply by official deadlines. Late applications will be considered if places are still availablefor the fall term only.
Concordia International, in collaboration with the various faculties and the School of Graduate Studies, administers student exchange and internships with Concordia's partner universities and other institutions of higher learning around the world. This exchange enhances relationships between the people and cultures of different countries and promotes international education.
Participating students remain registered at Concordia University and spend from one term to one academic year taking courses, doing research, or participating in an internship program. For complete details, please see the Undergraduate Calendar.
Exchange programs can take several forms, including:
Students who complete a Classics degree are ready to pursue graduate studies in Classics, Archaeology or a related field. Graduates will be well prepared for careers in any profession that requires in-depth ideas, fast information gathering, critical problem solving, dynamic oral and written communication, detailed analysis of data, and an experience of different cultures. Career opportunities can include: