Classical Studies (CLST)


What is Classics? Related Careers
Related Skills Job & Internship Search Links
Career Planning Links Professional Association Links
Miscellaneous Links UofA Classical Studies

What is Classical Studies?

According to the University of Arkansas, "Classical studies are the oldest discipline in the humanities and will teach you a lot about why our world is the way it is. Based on the Greek and Latin literature, the Classics remain essential to many fields in the liberal arts, including the study of ancient art, architecture, history, mythology, and philosophy. Based on Greek and Latin literature, the program draws faculty from five different departments. In addition to Greek and Latin, courses are offered on various aspects of classical civilization. Study abroad options in Greek and Italy are available."

Related Careers

Actor Foreign Affairs Specialist Photographer
Administrator Foreign Language Professor/Teacher Politician
Anthropologist Greek & Roman Civilization Expert Psychiatrist
Archaeologist Heritage Site Manager Psychobiologist
Archivist Historian Public Interest Advocate
Art Director Human Resources Analyst Reporter/Journalist
Border Patrol Agent Intelligence Specialist Researcher
Civil Rights Analyst International Relations Specialist Restorer
Computer Programmer Lawyer Screenwriter
Correspondent Librarian Social Worker
Counselor Linguist Sociologist
Curator Literature Professor/Teacher Speechwriter
Customs Inspector Management Analyst Stock Broker
Diplomat Marketing Analyst Technical Writer
Economist Mathematician Tourism Director
Editor Medieval & Renaissance Studies Professor Translator
Education Services Specialist Music Historian Visual Information Specialist
Event Coordinator News Analyst Writer/Author
Financial Consultant Philosopher

Related Skills

Analysis Skills Independent
Comfortable with Unconventional Topics Knowledge of Specific Languages (At Times)
Communication (Oral & Written) Reading Skills
Comprehend Philosophy & Literature Research/Investigative Skills
Follow Deadlines Understanding of Different Cultures & Societies
Imagination Work Well Under Pressure

Job & Internship Search Links

All Classics Jobs

Famae Volent - An Interactive Website Devoted to the Classics & Archaeology Job Market.

Find a Museum Job

Library & Information Jobs

Museum Jobs

National Museum Jobs - UK

USAJobs.gov - check out the Students and Recent Grads section and the Federal Jobs by College Major for a listing of job titles related to your major.

Career Planning Links

PH.D. Guide to Non-Academic Careers

Professional Association Links

American Association of Museums - learn about various career opportunities in association with museums, and find job postings.The American Classical League - great resource for job openings, teaching resources, awards and scholarships, and activities.

American Library Association - is a great resource where you can find out which masters programs are ALA certified, find scholarships, and employment.

American Translators' Association - provides a great career guide which discusses job trends, online directories, resume information, development opportunities.

Association of Ancient Historians - functions as a forum for interaction between historians and emphasizes collegiality and social interaction, while providing news, and study and employment opportunities.

National Association of Independent Writers and Editors - provides career building information and how you can set yourself appart.

National Committee for Latin and Greek - learn about Classics news, find fun and interesting facts, figures and resources. Explore the site to learn more about Latin and Greek and how you can be successful with this major too.

Society for Classical Studies - provides information about the study of Greek and Roman languages, literature, and civilization, as well as education information, awards and professional matters.

Miscellaneous Links

Electronic Resources for Classicists

How Latin Aids English Reading Comprehension