From education to politics to architecture, ancient writers and thinkers continue to influence our world. As a classical humanities major, you will encounter this wealth of knowledge by exploring the ancient world through both language and culture.

A classical humanities major requires you to become proficient in either Greek or Latin while undertaking a serious study of ancient literature, history, and art. You will also take part in Catholic University's core liberal arts classes, which will complement your study of the ancient world.

As a classical humanities major, you will read fascinating texts, engage with great ideas, and encounter a broad base of knowledge. You will also develop skills that will prove useful in any professional field, like research, analysis, and argumentation.