A double major is a good way of integrating two related areas of interest, Classics and Archaeology or History, for instance. Other students looking forward to a career in medicine or the sciences may use a double major (Classics and Biology, for example) to ensure a coherent background in the humanities to balance their scientific studies. Consult with departmental advisors about the specifics of this useful (and very popular!) arrangement.
Many students wish to pursue a dual major. That is, a major in the Department of Classics and a major in a college other than Arts and Science (such as Journalism) and this, too, may easily be arranged. Please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies (Prof. Matthew Farmer, firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.