Classical Languages Doctoral Degrees in North Carolina

North Carolina Latin and Classical Doctoral Degree SchoolsOur 2022 ranking review contains 2 North Carolina schools providing Latin and classical doctoral degrees, and University of North Carolina is the best option.

Check both North Carolina schools awarding Greek, Latin and other classical languages doctoral degrees and foreign language colleges offering similar programs in the nearby states or narrow your search by city or consider other foreign language major or diploma.

NC Latin & classical doctoral degree schools:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Foreign Language School Ranking
1. University of North Carolina

Located in Chapel Hill

Duke University - Foreign Language School Ranking
2. Duke University

Located in Durham

Latin & classical doctoral degrees in nearby states:

University of Virginia - Foreign Language School Ranking
University of Virginia

Located in Charlottesville, Virginia

Other foreign language doctoral degrees in NC:

Spanish and Romance: 2 schools
German and Germanic: 2 schools
General Studies: 1 school

Other Latin & classical diplomas in NC:

Bachelor's Degrees: 6 schools
Master's Degrees: 2 schools

North Carolina foreign language schools by city:

Asheville: 1 school
Boiling Springs: 1 school
Boone: 1 school
Buies Creek: 1 school
Chapel Hill: 1 school
Charlotte: 4 schools
Clinton: 1 school
Cullowhee: 1 school
Davidson: 1 school
Dobson: 1 school
Durham: 3 schools
Elizabeth City: 1 school
Elon: 1 school
Fayetteville: 2 schools
Flat Rock: 1 school
Greensboro: 3 schools
Greenville: 1 school
Hickory: 1 school
High Point: 1 school
Mars Hill: 1 school
Morganton: 1 school
Pembroke: 1 school
Raleigh: 2 schools
Salisbury: 1 school
Shelby: 1 school
Smithfield: 1 school
Wilmington: 2 schools
Wilson: 2 schools
Winston Salem: 4 schools

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