Master’s Program in Classics

“Liberal education supplies us with experience in beautiful things” and consists in “listening to the conversation between the greatest minds, and therefore in studying the great books.” 

Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours consisting of the following

  • 24 credit hours of Classics
  • 6 credit hours of Electives

Admissions to the Memoria College Master’s program requires a bachelor’s degree and a strong desire to study the classics. Your undergraduate degree may be in any subject area, but some experience with the classics or classical education is expected.

A Certificate in Classics is awarded upon completion of 12 hours of Classics and 3 hours of electives. Continuing Education credits are available for individual courses.

Frequently Asked Questions, Calendar

Classics (24 credit hours chosen from the following 3 hour core course)

Electives

Tuition

Cost per credit hour: $250
Courses are typically 1 or 3 credit hours.

Apply Today

Authors

Selections or entire works will be read, studied, and discussed.

  • Literature
    • Rabelais
    • Shakespeare
    • Homer
    • Aeschylus
    • Sophocles
    • Milton
    • Swift
    • Chaucer
    • Dostoevsky
    • Euripides
    • Melville
    • Virgil
    • Dante
    • Cervantes
    • Tolstoy
    • Sterne
    • Goethe
    • Fielding
  • History, Ethics, Economics, Political Philosophy
    • Plutarch
    • Machiavelli
    • Montaigne
    • Rousseau
    • Gibbon
    • The Declaration Of Independence
    • The Constitution Of The United States
    • The Federalist Papers
    • Smith
    • Marx
    • Engels
    • Herodotus
    • Hobbes
    • Mill
    • Thucydides
    • Tacitus
    • Kant
    • Boswell
    • Marx
    • Montesquieu
  • Philosophy and Theology
    • Plato
    • Aristotle
    • St. Augustine
    • Locke
    • Lucretius
    • Marcus Aurelius
    • Pascal
    • Kant
    • St. Thomas Aquinas
    • Bacon
    • Descartes
    • Hume
    • Plotinus
    • Spinoza
    • Berkeley
    • Hegel
    • Epictetus
  • Mathematics and Natural Science
    • Nicomachus
    • Pascal
    • Euclid
    • Lavoisier
    • Freud
    • Galileo
    • Newton
    • James
    • Hippocrates
    • Galen
    • Ptolemy
    • Copernicus
    • Kepler
    • Harvey
    • Darwin
    • Archimedes
    • Huygens
    • Apollonius
    • Gilbert
    • Fourier
    • Faraday