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Brandeis | GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Focus on Careers:
ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN STUDIES Ancient Greek and Roman Studies graduate study, housed within Brandeis’
Classical Studies Department, provides a thorough understanding and
appreciation of ancient cultures, with a unique application to today’s society.
The program has a strong emphasis on research and communication skills that
enhance marketability in careers in museums, libraries, education, and
journalism. The program can also be used as a stepping-stone to a PhD in
related areas.
POSSIBLE AREAS OF EMPLOYMENT
Museums
Education
Government
Communications
Business/industry
Historical societies
Libraries
Foreign language teaching
Journalism
Archives
Art councils
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS •
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Reasoning skills
Language comprehension
Ability to research, collate and analyze
Critical evaluation skills
Ability to work in teams and independently
Understanding of challenging topics
BEYOND BRANDEIS
GSAS alumni have gone on to a variety of careers
including:
Latin Teacher – Pawtucket Regional Middle
School
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
To learn more about the field and career options in
Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, please visit:
• American Philological Association
• apaclassics.org
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• The American Classical League
• aclclassics.org
• The Archaeological Institute of America
• archaeological.org
• The Classical Association of New England
• caneweb.org
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The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ Career Services office
helps you explore career options and acquire job-search skills
while at Brandeis and as you prepare to enter the workforce.
Connect with us:
brandeis.edu/gsas/career
[email protected]
Latin, Greek, and History Teacher – Needham
High School
History Teacher – Walsh Middle School
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