Online Degree Details
PhD in Classical Civilization
Most teachers cannot afford to leave their jobs, their families, and their homes to pursue graduate degrees. The Department of Classics at the University of Florida has established a post-professional program intended to help teachers of Latin advance their expertise in the discipline by taking graduate-level distance courses during the regular academic year (Fall and Spring) so that they can complete degree requirements while maintaining their local residency and keeping their current employment. To complement the online coursework, the two-week Summer Institute in Latin is held on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville where our distance students benefit from the opportunities that the traditional classroom provides.
The PhD in Classical Civilization is designed for high school teachers and community college teachers who wish to improve their skills, prepare for serious research, and improve their credentials with a more general emphasis in classical civilization.
|Program:||Doctorate (PhD)||Length:||90 credit hours beyond bachelors degree; or 60 credit hours plus a Master of Arts|
Locational - 30 hours of doctoral work in residence. Residency requirements can be satisfied through intensive, on-campus two-week summer institutes in Gainesville, FL.
|College:||The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Admissions:||Starting in July Admissions Information|
|Prerequisites:||Master's degree in Classics or related field, and an active teacher|
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Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Classical Studies
PO Box 117435
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-7435
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