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Post-Baccalaureate in Classical Languages
Offered through the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the post-baccalaureate certificate program is designed to help you reach and exceed advanced levels in Greek and Latin in order to prepare you for graduate study in the various fields of classics. This program is ideal for
- Students who came to classics late in their undergraduate careers who need additional language courses to prepare them for advanced degrees in classics
- Current graduate students in related fields (e.g., religion, philosophy, art history, linguistics, comparative literature) who wish to increase their knowledge of classical languages
- Secondary school teachers who wish to deepen their knowledge of classical languages and enhance their credentials
The post-baccalaureate certificate program is offered completely online to offer you more flexibility than the traditional, face-to-face classroom experience allows. All courses are taught online asynchronously to allow students maximum flexibility to complete their assignments; all materials are available online.
The University of Georgia is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, specialist, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of the University of Georgia.
- Computer with current operating system (Windows or Mac). Additional peripherals such as webcam, headphones and printer may be required.
- High Speed Internet Access.
Computer webcam, and microphone to take the courses and exams
Adobe Reader (free download)
Unicode Greek font (free download)
Tuition & Fees
|Online Tuition||$587 per credit hour||13 credit hours||$7,631 USD|
|Student Fees||$597 per semester||2 semesters||$1,194 USD|
|Total Program Cost||$8,825 USD|
Tuition and fees are subject to change. Tuition is the same regardless of residency. Current tuition and fees are available on the Office of the Registrar website. If you register for less than 5 credit hours, student fees are reduced to $372 in that semester.
Online students pay the following fees: Connect UGA, Green, Special Institutional, and Technology. See UGA Tuition and Fees for the complete schedule of fees.
Additional costs may include:
- Exam proctoring fees
- Technology upgrades
Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid for information about financial assistance.
Consult your employer about the availability of tuition reimbursement or tuition assistance programs.
Active duty military, veterans, and military families should visit Veterans Educational Benefits to take full advantage of available financial assistance and educational benefits.
University System of Georgia Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
The purpose of TAP is to foster the professional growth and development of eligible employees. For more information, see Tuition Assistance (refer to the Distance Learning section).
Credit and Transfer
Total Hours Required to Earn Certificate: 13 (credit hours)
Maximum Hours Transferable into Program: N/A
Students who are not currently enrolled at UGA should apply for post-baccalaureate admission to UGA. Requirements are based on UGA's Undergraduate admissions standards. The Classics Department also requires a supplemental application, a statement of purpose and two letters of recommendation.
No SAT, ACT, or GRE scores are required for post-baccalaureate applicants.
Application Check List
- UGA Post-Baccalaureate Student Application (UGA Undergraduate Admissions) – Post-Baccalaureate students must apply for admission to UGA through UGA's Undergraduate Admissions. Non-Refundable Application Fee: $60.
- Classics Department Post-Baccalaureate Supplemental Application – Complete form and e-mail as pdf attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Official Transcripts – Submit two sets of official transcript(s) from all colleges or universities. Submit one set to UGA and one set to the Classics Department.
- Statement of Purpose – Submit to the Classics Department.
- Letters of Recommendation – Submit two letters of recommendation from people familiar with your background to the Classics Department.
- International Applicants must also submit TOEFL or IELTS scores to UGA.
If you are a veteran or active duty personnel, visit University of Georgia's Undergraduate Admissions Information for Veterans for relevant information and assistance.
Please refer to the UGA International Transfer Application Requirements.
Fall: April 1
Missed the deadline? The Post-Bacc Classical Languages program may still be accepting applications. Ask about a deadline extension in the Request for Information form.
To obtain the certificate, students must successfully complete a year of intensive study in the classical languages, maintaining a B average in the program. The curriculum comprises five courses (13 credit hours) over the course of two semesters.
The basic required course of study:
GREK 5001E (Intensive Greek Prose)
LATN 5001E (Intensive Latin Prose)
CLAS 5000E (Proseminar in Classics)
GREK 5002E (Intensive Greek Poetry)
LATN 5002E (Intensive Latin Poetry)
Elective and pre-requisite courses (not required for the certificate):
LATN 4/6770E (Latin Teaching Methods)
GREK 2050/2060 (Intensive Beginning Greek 1 and 2)
LATN 2050/2060 (Intensive Beginning Latin 1 and 2)
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Guest Blog: Online Video Tutorials for Distance Education Students
The library research resources available to distance learners have never been better. No matter what your topic or where you are studying, the books and articles you need are only a few clicks away. But to find them, you’ll have to learn to use the GIL online catalog and GALILEO databases, which can seem intimidating to the uninitiated.
The fastest way to get started is with the video tutorials created by the UGA Libraries.
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This one, “Welcome to the Libraries,” introduces the most powerful tools available through the UGA Libraries web site in less than five minutes. It also shows you how to gain off-campus access to GALILEO databases and e-books, how to renew your books online, and how to request materials from the Repository. It explains basic services such as how to access materials that have been placed on reserve, how to use GIL Express, and how to use Interlibrary Loan.
Many more video tutorials about library resources and services are available in this libguide for distance learners, http://guides.libs.uga.edu/c.php?g=350137. All are brief, closed-captioned instructional sessions. If you are new to the UGA Libraries or coming back to school after some time off, these tutorials are a great way to get an overview of services or refresh rusty research skills. Here you’ll find videos showing you how to recall books that are checked out to other patrons, when to use GIL-Find or GIL Classic, and how to find UGA dissertations as well as dissertations available at other universities. Other tutorials will help you search specific databases and locate a specific journal article.
We welcome your suggestions for future tutorials. And they’re not the only way you can get library help. You can contact librarians directly by phone at 706 542-3251, or text us at 706-363-0836, chat with us from the libraries homepage, or visit us in the libraries!
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