For the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Ancient Studies program, you'll study the ancient world through a variety of disciplines. You'll take courses on the ancient civilizations of Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. But you can also take courses in History, Archaeology, Philosophy, and Religion in Culture as you explore the literature, myth, politics and philosophies of the first civilizations, including:
In this program, you’ll learn how these ancient periods influence present and future culture, society, community relationships, and social and political development. You’ll acquire the skills to assess the accuracy of historical information, custom and context. You'll also be able to provide direction and input on the development and use of historical references and materials.
In your fourth-year capstone seminar, you'll have an opportunity to gain hands-on research experience.
The fundamentals of business are at the heart of any organization and many careers. While you complete your degree in an Arts, Economics, Science or Music program, our Management Option will provide you with an understanding of the core principles of the business world, including accounting, marketing, human resources, operations, policy, and finance. You'll take courses such as Understanding the Business Environment; Introduction to Financial Accounting; Introduction to Microeconomics or Macroeconomics; and Statistics.