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Why Study Classics?
Classical study is at the center of what a liberal arts education can be. Students studying the classics develop their skills and competencies including: critical and analytical thinking, writing and oral communication, research, problem solving, initiative, adaptivity, and creativity. Sound familiar? These are often the skills employers want most.
Discover the Classics and learn what a broad view of the liberal arts can do for you!
Faculty and staff:
|Eric Ross||Languages||Merrifield 316||701-777-4651|
|Molly Herbert||Languages||Merrifield 316||701-777-4651|
|William Caraher||History||Merrifield 209-B||701-777-6379|
|Sharon Carson||English||Merrifield 122-D||701-777-2764|
|Charles Miller||Phil & Rel||Merrifield 201||701-777-2705|
|Jack Weinstein||Phil & Rel||Merrifield 201-C||701-777-2887|
For information about the CLASSICAL STUDIES MAJOR, please contact Professor Eric Ross , Languages Department, Merrifield 316, (701) 777-4651. For information about a specific course, contact the instructor of that course.