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St. Norbert College currently offers a minor only in Classical Studies. The purpose of the Classical Studies minor is to acquaint students with the history, literature and general cultures of ancient Greece and Rome, with an emphasis on acquiring competent reading skills in ancient Greek and/or Latin. With the exception of the Greek and Latin language courses, all courses will be taught in translation.
The languages and literature of ancient Greece and Rome lie at the heart of Western culture. They are the sources of the tradition of liberal learning, both Christian and non-Christian, in which the College places itself. Study of classical language enhances the student's own English language skills. The interdisciplinary nature of the minor provides the student with a foundation for further work in related fields of history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, political science and art.
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NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) Summer 2012 Average Starting Salary:
Average Salary for SNC Classical Studies Graduate:
The job titles and employers listed below are a sample of the results from the annual St. Norbert College Career Services graduate follow-up survey for the Classes of 2003-2011.
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Classics Links from University of Michigan
Classics Resources from Boston University
Graduate Programs in Classical Studies
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SNC Classical Studies Department
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