Whether you've decided to turn Dorothea into a Dancer, or Edelgard into an Armored Lord, you're probably only scratching the surface of the different class customization options that Fire Emblem: Three Houses has to offer. We have some specialist guides about Intermediate classes, Advanced classes, and Master classes in the game. But, if you're just wanting one handy reference list of the classes and their Certification requirements, then our Fire Emblem Three Houses classes guide will fix you right up. 

Fire Emblem Three Houses Classes Guide -- Complete List of All Classes

If you've checked out our Unique classes guide, you'll see that some classes in the game are only available to certain characters based on their origins or only accessible to you depending on the House that you've picked. Our Fire Emblem Three Houses classes guide will include all Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, and Master classes regardless of pre-requisites so you can see at a glance what you need to be working towards. 

Beginner Classes

  • Fighter -- requires Axe, Bow, or Brawl at D or higher
  • Monk -- requires Reason or Faith at D or higher
  • Myrmidon -- requires Sword at D or higher
  • Soldier -- requires Lance at D or higher

Intermediate Classes

  • Archer -- requires Bow at C or higher
  • Armored Knight -- requires Axe at C or higher and Heavy Armor at D or higher
  • Brawler -- requires Brawl at C or higher
  • Brigand -- requires Axe at C or higher
  • Cavalier -- requires Lance at C or higher and Riding at D or higher
  • Dark Mage -- requires Reason at C or higher and a Dark Seal
  • Lord -- requires Sword at D+ or higher and Authority at C or higher
  • Mage -- requires Reason at C or higher
  • Mercenary -- requires Sword at C or higher
  • Thief -- requires Sword at C or higher
  • Pegasus Knight -- requires Lance 
  • Priest -- requires Faith at C or higher

Advanced Classes

  • Assassin -- requires Sword at B or higher and Bow at C or higher
  • Bishop -- requires Faith at A or higher
  • Dark Bishop -- requires Reason at A or higher and a Dark Seal
  • Fortress Knight -- requires Axe at A or higher and Heavy Armor at B or higher
  • Grappler -- requires Brawl at A or higher
  • Hero -- requires Sword at B or higher and Axe at C or higher
  • Paladin -- requires Lance at B or higher and Riding at B or higher
  • Sniper -- requires Bow at A or higher
  • Swordmaster -- requires Sword at A or higher
  • Warlock -- requires Reason at A or higher
  • Warrior -- requires Axe at A or higher
  • Wyvern Rider -- requires Axe at B or higher and Flying at C or higher

Master Classes

  • Bow Knight -- requires Lance at C or higher, Bow at A or higher, and Riding at A or higher
  • Falcon Knight -- requires Sword at C or higher, Lance at A or higher, and Flying at B+ or higher
  • Great Knight -- requires Axe at B+ or higher, Heavy Armor at A or higher, and Riding at B+ or higher
  • Gremory -- requires Reason at A or higher and Faith at A or higher
  • Mortal Savant -- requires Sword at A or higher and Reason at B+ or higher
  • War Master -- requires Axe at A or higher and Brawl at A or higher
  • Wyvern Lord -- requires Lance at C or higher, Axe at A or higher and Flying at A or higher

If you just need a handy list to refer to when checking over your various Fire Emblem Three Houses classes, then hopefully we've helped you cover all your bases. If you want to find out what perks and abilities these classes have, then our individual guides ranging from Beginner classes to Master classes will ensure that you're up to date.