Current Courses on Offer
Please see the Programs page for Undergraduate curriculum information and the current courses on offer.
Peer Mentor Program
Throughout the academic year, senior students who are majors in the department are available in IC 323 to help answer your questions and offer advice on a variety of things related to being a student in Classics including how to prepare for exams, what the overseas courses are like, and how you can get involved in BUAS (the undergraduate Classics club). All have experience in studying Latin and Greek as well and can help tutor you in those subjects. No appointment is necessary: just drop by IC 323 and see one of our peer mentors!
Research and Academic Skills Resources
The following is a list of resources you may find helpful:
- Department of Classics Style and Citations Guide
- Classics Research Guide (links to Classics resources at Brock’s Gibson Library)
- Cambridge Ancient History on-line and some Cambridge Companions (through the Gibson Library)
- Learning Skills Services (workshops on essay writing, study skills and more)
- Student Success Centre (a variety of academic and non-academic services available)
- Library of Antiquity (a reference site for advanced undergraduates and graduate students
A help-video created by librarians at Brock that explains step-by-step how to search for articles and books using the L’Année Philologique database, a very useful resource for research in Classics.
Wondering which new Classics books are now in the library?
Click on “Catalogue” then the “New Titles” link on the right-hand side of the page to see newly acquired books in different areas of interest. For example, books on Greek and Roman history, as well as some works on archaeology, will mostly be under the DE-DG range with subjects such as women and family in the HQs; books on Latin and Greek language and literature can be found in the PAs. Other call number ranges to check include BF for Greek and Roman religion, and N, NA, and NB for Greek and Roman art.