- Total units 24 Units
- Areas of interest Archaeology
- Minor code ARCH-MIN
- Academic career Undergraduate
The minor in archaeology provides students with the opportunity to explore archaeological techniques and evidence for human societies in different locations, for both prehistoric and historical periods.
- Development of an understanding of patterns and regional variation in the human past as revealed by the archaeological evidence.
- Understanding of how archaeologists reconstruct past cultures and lifeways.
- Understanding the long-term cultural changes in different parts of the world.
- Enhancing knowledge of human physical and cultural evolution.
This minor requires the completion of 24 units, which must include:
A maximum of 12 units may come from completion of courses from the following list:
|From Origins to Civilizations
A minimum of 12 units must come from completion of courses from the following list:
|ANCH 2009: Artefacts & Society
|Homer and the Trojan War
|Britain before the Romans - from Stonehenge to the Celts
|The Archaeology of the Pacific Islanders
|ARCH 2006: Hist of Archaeology
|Post-Roman Archaeology of Britain: Arthur and the Anglo Saxons
|Introduction to Environmental Archaeology
|Archaeology of Southeast Asia
|Archaeology in Film and Fiction
|ARCH 2054: Arch of Death & Mortuary Prac
|Supervised Research in Archaeology
|Britons and Romans: Archaeology of the Western Roman Empire
|Thinking through the past: archaeological theory from 1950
|European prehistory from cultivation to the Celts
|ARCH 2108: Animals, Plants & People
|ARCH 2130: World Rock Art
|ARCH 2600: Archaeology of Buddhism
|Topics in Pacific Archaeology
|ARCH 3021: Archaeological Field Methods
|Archaeology of China
|Ancient Health & Disease
|Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology
|Scientific Dating and Isotope analysis for Archaeology and Palaeoanthropology
|Analysis of Mammalian Remains
|Introduction to Heritage and Museum Studies
|Introduction to Cultural Heritage Management