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What Can I Do With A Major In Classics

Classics majors go on to pursue many different careers. While you certainly will find teachers and professors, classics majors also go on to pursue medicine, law, business, arts, and government and communications as well. An excellent article on translating your Classics major to the world of work was written by Dr. Kate Brooks for Psychology Today and can be found here

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Anthropologist
Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Agent
Archaeologist
Area and Cultural Studies Professor
Art Appraiser
Book Editor
Clergy
College/University Professor
Communications Professor
Community Service Managers
Community Welfare Worker
Copy Writer
Educational Administrator
Equal Opportunity Representative
Export Agent
Foreign Language Interpreter
Foreign Language Teacher
Foreign Language Translator (Written Material)
Foreign Service Specialist
Foreign Student Adviser
High School Teacher
Historian
Historic Site Administrator
Historical Archivist
History Professor
Human Services
Librarian
Library Consultant
Literature Professor
Missionary Worker (Foreign Country)
Museum Curator
Publisher
Radio & TV News Commentator
Scientific Linguist
Social Welfare Administrator
Writer/Author

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