This innovative course combines academic study and fieldwork producing highly skilled practitioners, experienced in all forms of landscape survey, remote sensing, excavation and recording. It also draws on the School´s scientific strengths to provide a multidisciplinary, theoretical framework. You will learn through taught lectures, seminars and a range of exciting and relevant fieldwork opportunities.
Key components of the course encompass landscape and settlement studies, artefact analysis, the study of human and animal remains, religious and ritual practice, marine archaeology, forensic science, anthropology, cultural change through time, and the practice and management of archaeology in the UK and abroad.
Specialist optional units in Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology will provide you with a detailed and critical understanding of current themes in prehistoric and Roman archaeology.
The entry requirements for this course are 104 to 120 tariff points from 3 A-Levels including 32 from one required subject, or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma DMM.
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you can understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Approaches to Archaeology
Topics in Contemporary Science
Ancient People & Places
Reporting, Investigative & Practical Skills
Applications of Archaeological Science
Field Research: Archaeology
Environment Archaeology & Paleoecology
Societies of Prehistoric Europe
Rome & Barbarian Europe
Applied Geospatial Science
Independent Research Project
Later Prehistoric Britain
Emergence & Extinction in the Ice Ages
Neolithic & Chalcolithic of Northwest Europe
Animals & Society
Remote Sensing of the Environment
The School of Applied Sciences has an internationally renowned reputation for producing highly skilled practitioners with excellent career opportunities. Graduates from our archaeology courses have gone on to work in all parts of the discipline.
Many graduates have gone on to postgrdaute study; others are now working for English Heritage, Historic Scotland and the National Trust; leading commercial units such as the Museum of London Archaeology Services, Oxford Archaeology and Wessex Archaeology; as well as a host of museums and archaeological consultancies.
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