New Double Dawg Program for Classics and Historic Preservation
The new Classics AB/Historic Preservation MHP Double Dawgs program is an excellent pathway for students interested in the architecture of the built environment, history, and preservation and opens the gateway to various PhD programs in the humanities.
The MHP program is the terminal degree in its field and prepares students for work in the study, preservation, and stewardship of significant historical sites. Aspiring historians, architects, city planners, engineers, non-profit workers, and designers will find the skills of historic preservation invaluable.
The Classics AB program studies the material, intellectual, and religious aspects of the classic cultures of the Greeks and Romans. An education in Classics prepares students for entry into a variety of fields including history, art, and language as well as sciences such as archeology and anthropology.
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Students may apply to this program during the fall semester of their third year. Minimum requirements include
- Minimum 3.3 overall GPA
- Minimum 3.3 GPA in all CLAS and/or HIPR courses
- Letter of Intent
- One (1) Letter of Recommendation from either CLAS or HIPR faculty
Visit this page to begin your application, view a Sample Program of Study, view the Classics AB/MHP Curriculum, and find more info on admission.
The CED offers many study abroad programs (Costa Rica, Croatia, Cortona), AB/MHP Double Dawgs should consider participating in the Croatia study abroad program in Archeology, Art, and Heritage Conservation. This study abroad satisfies course requirements in the Classics AB as well as the minors in Classical Culture, Greek, and Latin.