Classics (MA)

Faculty of Humanities Master of Arts

  • Experiential learning
  • Main Campus

The Brock Classics MA program is distinct because of its young, dynamic and engaged faculty. The program emphasizes a holistic approach to the Greek and Roman worlds, encourages the study of languages, literature and history; and assigns prominence to historical context and material culture, especially promoting active archaeological research and travel to the Mediterranean.

Entry point:

  • September (full-time or part-time)


  • MRP – 5 terms (20 months)
  • Thesis – 6 terms (2 years)

This program is funded for the defined length above as outlined on our financial page.

Application deadline:

  • January 31st

*Please note that applications are accepted until the program is full.  Please contact the program directly for more details.
*Please note* – Applications for the Fall 2022 entry point are open now.

Admission requirements

  1. Check the university requirements and the program requirements.
  2. Complete the online application and submit the non-refundable application fee.
  3. You will need to submit your transcripts as well as the following program-specific materials:
    • Three academic references are required.
    • Letter of intent — maximum two pages in length outlining your research interests and objectives in attending graduate school in Classics
    • A writing sample — no more than 20 pages
    • A list of which unadapted Greek and Latin authors you have read, including which works, and parts thereof