THE CENTER FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
INTERDISCIPLINARY UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
The required courses are divided among three areas: scientific methods, cultural context, and practical field work. The intent of this requirement is to ensure that students exhibit competence in scientific methods and theories and that they can apply that competence both in the classroom and in the field. Students should take one course from each of these groups to total no more than 9 semester hours.
Group 1: Scientific Methods in Archaeology
ANTH (ECOL) 4290Environmental Archaeology
GEOL (ANTH) 4700Archaeological Geology
Group 2: Cultural Context for Archaeology
ANTH 3220Introduction to Prehistoric Arch.
ANTH 3250Old World Archaeology
ANTH 3270New World Archaeology
CLAS 4040The Hellenistic World
CLAS 4130The Arch. of Rome's Provinces
CLAS 4340Ancient Athens
CLAS 4350Ancient Rome
Group 3: Field School Experience
ANTH 4200Field Methods in Archaeology
ANTH 4240Laboratory Methods in Archaeology
ANTH (GEOL) 4960HDirected Readings and/or Projects
CLAS 4150Practicum in Classical Archaeology
GEOG 4060Field and Laboratory Methods in
GEOL 4270Geology Field School
GEOL 4660Field School in Shallow Geophysics
Accredited field schools from reputable programs known to the faculty of CAS may be accepted as credit upon the written approval of the Undergraduate Advisor. Most field schools have prerequisites and require the Permission of the Department.