Our graduate program is advantageously small - some 8-12 students on average - a fact that allows us to provide our students with individual attention and support. As a result, our students consistently win both external and internal awards and fellowships.
If you are admitted into the department's program you can choose from a variety of topics for your thesis research since our faculty's research and expertise includes Greek and Roman archaeology, language, literature and history. For example, recent graduates have written theses in the areas of Greek archaeology and drama and Greek and Roman history.
Please see the student theses page to view the abstracts of some of our M. A. students' theses.