COLLEGIUM AUGUSTINIANUM
COLLEGE OF FELLOWS


GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY, THEOLOGY AND CLASSICS

Faculty of Classical and Christian Humanities
The DOCTOR OF LETTERS (D.Litt.) degree in Classical and Christian Humanities

In this interdisciplinary doctoral program in Classical and Christian Humanities, the student may pursue research on any topic of the anicent Greco-Roman world, history, literature, philosophy or culture and with regard to its intersection with ancient and medieval Christian sources, including patristic and byzantine texts.


The MASTER OF LETTERS (M.Litt) degree in Classical and Christian Humanities

For this graduate degree, the student may pursue research on any topic concerning the ancient Greco-Roman civilization, its history, literature, philosophy or culture and with regard to the literary, philosophical, theological or artistic connections between the classical Greco-Roman world and Christianity.


The BACHELOR OF LETTERS (B.Litt.) degree in Classical and Christian Humanities

This undergraduate degree is generally awarded after three years of study, and it is based upon the Literae Humaniores degree at the University of Oxford. This degree focuses on ancient Greek and Latin language and literature, and the reading of primary works by Homer, Plato, Aristotle and Virgil in their original languages and in English translation.

In this program, there are two tracks: In the first track, students are trained to read these ancient works in their original languages. In the second track, while students study Greek and Latin, they are not required to have expertise in these languages.
For more information on the nature of our degrees, and for degree requirements, please see the section on The Research Degree.