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Additional organizations listed on Harvard University's Department of the Classics website
Listen to free audio books online through Librivox. Click here for a sample of DePaul students reading Lysistrata.
The critical thinking, analysis and other skills necessary to become a successful professional in any industry can be developed through study of the classics. Take a look online for lists of famous people who studied the classics. Here's one list.
Corporate Recruiter ~ No specific major typically required. Check sites such as O*NET to learn more.
HigherEdJobs.com ~ Administrative positions in higher education.
Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) ~ Administrative positions related to an organization affiliated with higher education.
U.S. Department of Education ~ Our mission is to promote student achievement and
preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and
ensuring equal access.
Chicago History Museum
The Field Museum
Please note these programs have not been vetted through the Transfer Credit Articulation Center (TrAC). Students must apply a year in advance and complete the transfer credit approval process in order to verify whether or not they can 1) transfer credit and 2) apply it toward their specific degree requirements. For university programs, DePaul students would generally apply as non-degree seeking students to the other university and then apply to the study abroad program. Students should contact the university directly for specific requirements and eligibility. When space is limited, priority will generally be given to degree-seeking students at that university.
Students are encouraged to watch this study abroad and degree progress video to better understand how to plan for a study abroad program.