The masters program at Texas Tech University still has several funded positions available for students interested in earning a 2 year MA degree starting in the fall of 2019. Our program is designed for students who would benefit from further training in ancient Greek and Latin while refining their research skills in anticipation of applying to Ph.D. programs. We also offer pedagogical training and experience for students who wish to teach at the K-12 level. A typical student can expect to finish their MA with little out-of-pocket expense, and the program is regularly able to secure funding to support student participation in archaeological digs and other research activities.

More information about the program can be found on our website:

 Contact: Dr. Don Lavigne ([email protected]), or Caroline Bishop ([email protected])