The course units are block delivered to offer students the flexibility to fit studies around other commitments, such as work or family. Delivering the course in this way also enables us to invite government and industry experts from all over the world to be guest lecturers. This, in turn, provides students with potential national and international networking opportunities for future collaborations.
The course and the individual units are regularly reviewed and enhanced to ensure that we offer an in-depth archaeology portfolio that is relevant, modern and reflects the diverse requirements of today’s employers.
A good Bachelors Honours degree, 2:2 or above in a relevant subject area or equivalent professional experience
We welcome students on this course for both full-time and part-time study. For those wishing to complete the course on a part-time basis, the course is studied over two years. Students will be expected to study a minimum of three units per year, plus their dissertation (usually towards the end of their second year). The timetable of when the units take place vary each year, however, the units are timetabled during daytime hours, and will be studied with fellow full-time students.
Management of the Underwater Cultural Heritage in situ
Archaeological Field Investigation
Options - choose two of the following:
Principles and Methods in Zooarchaeology
Professional Practice in Post-Excavation
Recording & Understanding Archaeological Landscapes
Geographical Information Systems
Nature Conservation Management
Management of Archaeological Material
Past Environmental Change
Field Ecology Skills
Career Development in Biodiversity and Conservation
There are a wide number of career opportunities available to you.
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