Ancient Languages and Cultures

Graduate Program

Overview

The Ancient Languages and Cultures graduate program (ALC) is closely affiliated with the history department graduate program. The ALC program was developed to assist graduate students seeking a richer education of pre-modern civilizations in order to gain necessary competencies for work with texts and documents in doctoral programs and professional settings. Students will spend time studying ancient languages, historical methods and their application to modern civilization.

Career Application

The ALC program is designed to give graduate students the time to round out their education and improve their academic and professional skills. The education received during their time in this program will enable graduates to work in a number of fields, including academic programs, museums, historical societies, or libraries and databases.

Program Highlights

Ludi Romani

This program-wide activity reconnects the USU classics community across generations, paving the way for professional and social networking. Roleplay as Roman senators, gods, generals, and nobles in an exciting game that reenacts history as you attempt to ...

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The Value of an Inclusive Education

Listen in as several alumni of color reflect on their time at USU and discuss its impact on their careers. Learn from their professional experiences to consider how multicultural education affects students at USU.

Young Alums Panel

Young alums give advice and information about career options post-graduation at our Alumni Lunch Series.

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